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Coding with Computers

Why Coding for Kids?

Introducing young learners to coding is more than just preparing them for future careers – it is about empowering them with essential skills that foster creativity, problem-solving, and resilience. In today’s rapidly evolving technological landscape, coding literacy is becoming increasingly crucial for success in both academic and professional spheres. Our National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 also emphasizes around the same. By familiarizing school students with coding languages and concepts early on, we are equipping them with the tools they need to navigate and thrive in an ever-changing technology world. From fostering logical thinking and collaboration to building confidence and opening doors to future opportunities, coding offers a myriad of benefits that extend far beyond the computer screen. By embracing coding education for young learners, we are not only preparing them for the future but also inspiring them to become active creators and innovators in our increasingly digital world.

The Easiest Way to Teach Coding in Schools​

Teaching coding in schools can be made easy by adopting a visual, block-based programming approach that allows students to create programs by dragging and dropping code blocks, without worrying about syntax errors. It engages students through interactive projects, games, animations and problem-solving skills. As students gain confidence, they can gradually transition to text-based coding languages like Python or JavaScript, building upon the foundational concepts learned earlier. This progressive, hands-on approach makes coding accessible, engaging, and fun for students of all ages.

Why Learn Coding from Us?

Teachers Capacity Building Workshops

Interactive workshops equip teachers to effectively teach coding. Covering methodologies, curriculum integration, and hands-on coding, they build teacher confidence.

Lesson Plans

Lesson plans covering coding fundamentals to advanced concepts, with engaging activities.

Question Bank

Subject-specific coding question banks to evaluate proficiency in diverse programming languages.

Baseline & Endline Assessments

Baseline and Endline assessments to measure coding skills progression over time.


These quizzes assess logical thinking, problem-solving, reasoning, and coding skills, increasing in complexity as students advance, rewarding correct answers with more coding opportunities to earn higher scores.


Gamified leaderboard tracking individual and classroom coding progress, fostering healthy competition and motivation.

Multilingual Content

Coding resources available in multiple languages to make learning accessible globally.

Video Tutorials

Engaging video tutorials providing step-by-step guidance on coding concepts and projects.

Awards & Recognitions

Motivating awards and recognitions celebrating student achievements in coding and computational thinking.

Easy to Implement in Schools

  • Our program requires a minimum of 15 and a maximum of 25 sessions in a year.
  • Teachers do not need any prior coding experience.
  • Monitoring your students’ progress is extremely simple with our system.
  • Minimal administrative burden, allowing schools to focus more on teaching and learning.
  • Educational Materials are included.
  • Extremely Affordable!!

Students Will Improve...

Critical Thinking​

Abstract Thinking

Creative Thinking

Algorithmic Thinking

Academic Scores