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Code Clock Summer School at QUB

Code Clock is a two action-packed weeks in July and August delving into the world programming.

If interested, please speak with Mrs Nelson or Mr McKee.

Running across two action-packed weeks in July and August, Code Clock offers students a unique opportunity to:

  • Dive into the world of programming: We'll introduce them to the fundamental concepts of object-oriented programming using popular languages like Python and C#.
  • Unlock the power of programmable technologies: Students will gain hands-on experience with cutting-edge tools like the Raspberry Pi 5, opening doors to endless creative possibilities.
  • Become game developers: Using the powerful Unity game engine and C#, they'll learn the fundamentals of game development, bringing their imaginations to life in a thrilling and interactive way.
  • Master Database-Driven Applications: In a dedicated workshop, students will delve into the world of database-driven application development. They'll learn how to design, build, and manage applications that interact with databases, a critical skill for the modern tech world.

Code Clock isn't just about coding! Our program fosters:

  • Confidence: Students will gain the skills and knowledge to tackle challenges and solve problems creatively.
  • Collaboration: Through teamwork and peer interaction, they'll learn the importance of communication and collaboration in the tech world.
  • Lifelong Learning: We inspire a love for learning that extends far beyond the classroom, preparing them for future success in a technology-driven world.

The Juniors' program (July 1st-5th) is specifically for students aged 7-11, providing a fun and engaging introduction to coding.

The Seniors' program (July 29th-August 2nd) caters to students aged 12 and above, offering them a wide range of workshops covering a number of more complex programming technologies to help expand their knowledge of coding.

Places are limited, so don't miss out! Students and parents can find out more information from our website: