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Sydney Dev Camp
Address: Level 2 85 William St , Sydney 2000, NSW, AU
Phone: 0435 890 758
State: NSW
City: Sydney
Zip Code: 2000

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Took full amount when using creative kids voucher would be fine except that they didn't say anywhere it would take 2 weeks for a refund once they used up our vouchers. Then they delayed classes for a week i am guessing due to numbers, and then cancelled one of the classes 2 days out. Now i have one child enrolled and the other one misses out. poor form.
Teacher does not have much experience, would not notice even kids are not around. The class does not run until the planned time, finishes early without any information. Poor communication with parents.
Worst camp ever. Waste of $200 as kids did not learn anything in the two day camp. Played with play dough to make an amateur video. Very disappointed.
I enrolled my daughter into Code Camp in January 2020, when she was 7 years old. It was a great experience for her. She learned the basics and gained the confidence that comes from trying and succeeding at challenging things. I have since enrolled my son for the January 2021 program, as he is nearly 7. I am particularly impressed with the other streams developed, such as the YouTube camp. The only reason I removed one star was for price. The courses are approximately $130 per day so $390 for three days for 8:30 to 3pm with no lunch provided. A computer is additional too. There are no sibling discounts or reward programs. I would have returned and purchased more camps otherwise. However, I can not fault the program and if money is no barrier then I absolutely recommend.
Incredibly passionate people teaching kids an increasingly important skill set - how to code games. From the basics of coding principles, to full-blown line code, they will guide children every step of the way. Fun, caring and supportive!
I enrolled my daughter into code camp because she showed interest in coding and loves technology l. When I saw the website she created I was so happy and proud ! She definitely learnt something at code camp !! Yes they do copy what the teacher does but it does work as when she got home she continued to build her website on her own without the teacher there. she wasn’t over excited to go back after the first day. But I believe this was due to her not having anyone her age in her class at that time. If she did it with her friend I’m sure she would of enjoyed it even more. I loved the hat and the t shirt. Computers and coding is the future weather we like it or not and these camps are a great way to introduce your kids to this type of technology. I also believe your child has to be interested in coding to start with to enjoy this camp to the full as the days are long.
My daughter absolutely loved Code Camp. She carried on working on her game every night after camp and was so proud to share with family and friends! She loved how creative game building can be.
This seems to me an example of "fake learning". Slickly marketed to parents who want their kids to be the next Mark Zuckerberg or Steve Jobs, Its all high fives, branded caps and t-shirts. But when it comes to the coding they just copy lines of code from a projector and produce an almost identical game to all the other kids who copied the code off the board. Possibly they learn something along the way, but there are far better coding classes for kids that let them use their imagination and develop problem solving skills, even if the end result is a little less polished.
My son loves code camp. We've tried other coding schools but he always asks to go back to Code Camp. I highly recommend code camp to any parent that wants a fun and educational coding course for their child.
i went here once. the games were similar and BORING. there was too much merchandise and it was a bit babyish with high-fives and participation awards. would be okay for kids under 8.
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