TEACHING RESOURCES

First Coding now offers subscription based online resources for primary and secondary school teachers as well as parents to aid in the teaching of computing within schools and the home.

About Us

Discover more about the team behind First Coding and who we are.

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Courses

Find out more about our local courses for inquisitive kids between the ages of 7 and 14.

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Resources

Talk to us about our packages to help teachers and parents deliver fun and inspiring lessons.

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Here at First Coding we offer comprehensive coding lessons for children aged between 7 and 14 years old. Covering the important concepts of programming in a fun and creative environment, we help provide the building blocks for your child to build on their creative ideas whilst all the time gaining confidence in computing.
First Coding Guide to Coding

We will introduce your children to coding through the visual programming tool Scratch, which is a gateway to developing in Python – a widely-used language. Not only will your child grow in confidence but they’ll enjoy bringing their ideas to life. Whilst your child is having fun, you can be assured that our learning programmes will support the curriculum and provide your child with skills for life.

“I cannot recommend Jez highly enough. He tutored my son who found his sessions interesting, fun and wanting to learn more.”


Latest News

SOUTHAMPTON WORKSHOP

Our creative coding workshops are coming to the Southampton area this October! First Coding will be running our popular Scratch game building workshop on Saturday 27th October.

Southampton Coding Workshop

BRING FIRST CODING TO YOUR SCHOOL

Here at First Coding our service speaks for itself, so we work on recommendation. If you like what you’ve seen then consider recommending us to your school for one of our FREE interactive talks about our coding projects and discussions on how First Coding can help bring coding to the classroom. Download our headteacher’s letter.

 

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