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Prepare For The Future With Our Children's Programming Classes

It’s not known what the future of game development will bring, but this is a highly exciting field in which to enter. In the next couple of years, we’re likely to see further developments in areas like VR (virtual reality), artificial intelligence, and cloud gaming. 

Games that allow players to create and share their own content are also gaining popularity. In the future, we may see more games embracing user-generated content as a way to make games more intriguing and encourage community engagement. Our programming classes will give participants a taste of what it’s like to be able to do this.

Game developers are also more likely to focus on inclusive games, which help boost mental health and diversity. Contrary to many people’s misconceptions, games are also brilliant for helping build communities. This is only likely to improve in the next few years.

Children’s programming classes are not only great for budding game developers, but anyone who wants to develop valuable skills. 

As with any profession, it helps to start developing skills as early as possible. With our children’s programming classes, kids can learn in the most fun, engaging way. We teach skills like coding and programming using video games, with participants able to easily progress through three different levels. 

We kick-off with Scratch, a platform popular with schools, before moving onto Construct, and eventually Core: a powerful engine for any prospective game developer. 

Since all our classes are delivered online, they can be enjoyed in the comfort of your own home. Children will receive plenty of support from our knowledgeable instructors. 

Find out more about our children’s programming classes. Or simply contact us for more details. 

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