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Saturday Kids turns 10!

This year, Saturday Kids - Singapore's first coding school for kids - turns 10! And we're not passing up a chance to celebrate it.

May 13, 2022

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No More Mid-Year Exams: A Big Step in the Right Direction

It's time for parents to put on a different lens - Elon Musk didn't revolutionise the space, automobile and energy industries by being better than his classmates at answering exam questions.

March 8, 2022

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“The Curriculum is just the Guide” – Behind the Scenes with the Saturday Kids Product Team

Saturday Kids started out as Singapore's first coding school for kids, but teaching kids to code ain't our end goal, and curriculum is secondary. Find out what this means with Rocket Launchers Fongyee and Damar, and stay for a sneak peek at what's comin' up in 2022!

January 19, 2022

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CITC Fieldtrip to LionsBot: “Discovery Comes from Experiences like this”

CITC Fieldtrips are about getting kids excited about the world of tech and the future of work - something they can't get from a traditional classroom experience. Here's a postcard from our CITC grads' first fieldtrip to robotics cleaning company Lionsbot.

November 24, 2021

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Pay Attention and Be Curious: What happens when Code Meets World

The questions of the future demand an interdisciplinary approach. Through Code Meets World, we hoped to point kids towards using tech to explore big questions through web-based technologies and project-based learning. It felt like an open-ended adventure - read on to hear from the kids.

October 25, 2021

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Friends of Saturday Kids: Louis Puah on reinventing education and the future of work

Meet Louis - friend of Saturday Kids and founder of social enterprises Praxium and Crater. Here, he shares his story about why his own experience in school inspired his work at the intersection of the future of work and learning, and why we should look to youth to understand the future.

October 5, 2021

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Leave No Child Behind: The Gender Divide in Digital Skills and Why it Matters

A primer on the why, what, and how about getting more girls and women in tech. Here's the lowdown on the gender divide in digital skills, and what educators can do about it.

September 17, 2021

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Meet our #CodeintheCommunity Volunteers – Michael Grey: “Programming is a modern form of literacy, valuable for exercising anywhere”

Meet Code in the Community volunteer Michael Grey who shares about his path combining software engineering, robotics - and education - to contribute to a more ethical tech industry.

September 1, 2021

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Interning at a coding school for kids with zero coding background, and a role irrelevant to my major.

How do you measure a summer internship? Saturday Kids intern Christie shares how her season of interning challenged her expectations of work and herself, and takeaways for her next chapter.

August 27, 2021

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Beyond Coding: The Future of Education at Saturday Kids

What does the future of education hold? There is no normal future except for the one we're creating together, and how kids learn will define that.

August 20, 2021

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Behind the Scenes of Coding the Impossible: Games for Good

In Coding the Impossible, kids start out recreating their favourite games in Scratch, before coding up social impact games aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Go behind the scenes of our year-long programme for kids ages 7-10 with Rocket Launcher Vinitha!

August 13, 2021

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