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Beyond Learning to Code: What Aspiring Software Engineers should know

Knowing how to code opens doors, but it's a common misconception that all you need to be succeed in tech is the ability to programme. Hear all about it from Yan and Kani, co-founders of coding bootcamp Code Chrysalis.

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Celebrate with Play – Make Every Day a Saturday this Year-end Holiday

As we approach the close of 2020 - the year no one planned for - we're running year-end camps a little differently. Beyond the play-based creative coding classes you already know (and love), here's what to expect this November and December school holiday.

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The Implications of The Social Dilemma on Digital Literacy for Kids

A closer look at the Netflix documentary The Social Dilemma, and what this means for digital literacy education for kids.

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Friends of Saturday Kids: Rachel of Kin Collective on bridging worlds and raising compassionate kids

Rachel Nadia is the author of children's books that aim to nurture empathetic, compassionate change-makers. Inspired by kids she's met in the course of humanitarian work, she shares how families can use stories as a vehicle for exploring difficult topics.

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Friends of Saturday Kids: Kani Munidasa of Code Chrysalis – “Software is the Future”

Meet our friend Kani Munidasa of Code Chrysalis, a coding bootcamp where students don't just learn about full-stack software engineering, but develop the soft skills to build a life in a world where uncertainty is the new normal.

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