International Coding
Courses for Kids and Teens
from 5 to 17 years old

150,000 children already study at Algorithmics in 25 countries around the world, including America, Spain, and India



Algorithmics courses
Digital
literacy
7-9 y.o.
Python
Start
11-13 y.o.
Python
Pro
14-17 y.o.
Holiday
Camps
8-14 y.o.
Game
design
10-11 y.o.
These are universal skills, often neglected by schools. They can be applied to any subject, from maths and science to languages and humanities.
Many of us have wondered how relevant the subjects we learn at school are in later life. However, with Algorithmics, our students learn entrepreneurial skills and thinking that will be beneficial all the way through their academic and professional career.
Development of critical thinking
Development of entrepreneurial skills
What students will learn in the programming course:
Programming is one of the most valuable and sought-after skills of 21st century. Even if our students choose another path, any employer would place huge value on programming knowledge.
Our students don't just create algorithms, they save princesses and build space rockets. This way, their curiosity develops and they do not lose the interest towards education.
Future-proofing career development
Nurturing curiosity
A tailored approach to each student
The Algorithmics platform creates an individual study program for each student and helps the teacher analyse the progress of the children in the group.

We teach children how to program and understand computer code. By the end of the course, our students can create their own games and cartoons
"My son Xabier says it's great, he learns a lot and that the teacher is really nice. He genuinely enjoys it and is really motivated. He likes to practice at home and if he needs help, his teacher responds right away. Really recommended."

— Marian, mother of Xabier (Spain)


Professionals who care
Only professionals and caring teachers who are trained according to our methods work at Algorithmics.
"My 8-year-old son Alain is really pleased. He says he has a great time learning and that the lessons make him think a lot. He even says he learns more during the lessons than he does at school."

— Raquel, mother of Alain (Spain)
Courses
5 - 7 YEARS OLD
The children study programming on tablets and in workbooks. The teachers conduct games aimed at understanding the basics of algorithms and programming.
Mars Academy
The Coding Knight


Through the creation of their own cartoons and computer games, the children develop logical and algorithmic thinking. This helps them in school.
8–12 YEARS OLD
11–13 YEARS OLD
The kids will work out the basic concepts of algorithms and programming while learning the Python language. As they are immersed in the culture and specifics of the IT world, they will try out different areas of software development.
Python
14–17 YEARS OLD
The kids make a plan, assign tasks, and present their projects publicly. They learn to check themselves and correct errors, including those in other people's code.
Python Pro
is a program of educational and creative activities for children from 7 to 12 years old for 5-10 days during school breaks
Holiday camp
Computer literacy
Working with information in textual, tabular or graphic format, kids learn to analyze information, use a computer, search for information on the Internet correctly and safely, communicate (in real life and online) and cooperate
7–9 YEARS OLD
Game Design
A fascinating immersion into the world of game development and the first steps towards mastering a highly-demanded profession
10–11 YEARS OLD
9–11 YEARS OLD
Video content makers
is a program which aim is to teach the children how to create high-quality video content using a minimal set of equipment and to introduce them to the rules of designing their own channel on social media and promoting it
9–14 YEARS OLD
Graphic design
is a program which aim is to introduce the students to different areas of digital design and to give them the opportunity to consciously choose their own direction of further development in design
Photos from lessons at school
Algorithmics is already
in South Africa!
Our goal is to make coding available to every child in the world!
FAQ
What do I need to bring to class?
Everything you need is provided. However, it is generally more convenient for a child to use their own computer because they are already familiar with it.
If you cannot bring your own laptop, we will provide the child with an Algorithmics laptop.
What time do I need to come to the lesson?
You need to arrive 10-15 minutes before the lesson starts.
This will give the children some time to talk, turn on their computers, and prepare for the programming lesson.
How many people will be in the group?
In classes for children 7 years or older, the group will consist of no more than 12 people. This number of students allows the teacher to be able to devote time to each one individually.
What should parents do during the lesson?
In our experience, having parents there can be a distraction.
So, we recommend leaving your child for the duration of the lesson.
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