Code Club

At Code Club, students have the opportunity  to create projects of their own choice using different coding languages and methods. This is a workshop style class where students build code and share their ideas whilst being mentored by our experienced tutors.

Term 1

Cost: Free
Requirements: A laptop that can connect to Wii-fi. No prior coding experience required. (Matamoe hub does have the facility to provide a device upon request and prior arrangement for use in class)
For students in Years 4 – 9

3:30 – 5pm
17 February – 14 April
Venue: Matamoe Hub, Scots College
Tutors: Vinnie

10.30am – 12pm
12 February – 9 April
Venue: Matamoe@ McKinnon Block, Scots College
Tutors: Brianna

Tutor – Brianna

Brianna is working towards a Bachelor of Science majoring in Computer Science and Mathematics at Victoria University. Passionate about maths from a young age she picked up programming while at Intermediate School. Since, Brianna has gained experience in a broad range of programming languages, including Java, Python, ChucK, and HTML/CSS, among others. She has also participated in both the New Zealand Programming Contest and the New Zealand Informatics Competition multiple times.

Brianna is also an experienced Kids Church Leader. A role that involves teaching, facilitating games, and engaging the kids in small-group discussion. Brianna really enjoys helping kids to explore new ideas and watching them learn.




Tutor – Vinnie

Vinnie has been experimenting, building, coding and working with digital tech since he was eight years old and is passionate about sharing this with other young students. In addition to digital tech Vinnie is a keen sportsman coaching floorball and has been nominated for a Sir Peter Blake Leadership Award.


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