Join us for coding in 2019

We’re now busy planning for the year ahead – and we’d love your child to join us for coding in 2019.

Whether it’s to help with school studies, preparing for a career of the future or just for fun, knowledge of coding is a fundamental part of modern learning. Get your child on the front foot by improving their knowledge and ability in one of the most important digital skills to have in today’s hi-tech world.

If you’re interested in finding out more about our after-school classes, drop us a line at

We currently host sessions in several schools in Auckland, including:

  • St Heliers School
  • Kohimarama School
  • Churchill Park School
  • Saint Kentigern Boys’ School
  • Saint Kentigern College
  • Meadowbank School
  • Parnell District School
  • Mt Eden Normal Primary School

Plus, we’re always looking to expand. So if your school would like to get involved, please get in touch.

Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to develop computational thinking and expand understanding of computer programming.

That’s it for Term 4

xmas mouseThat’s it for coding this year. Yesterday saw the last class of Term 4. We hope that our young coders all enjoyed the term’s activities and challenges.

We’re now busy planning for 2019.

If you have already confirmed for Term 1, that’s great – we look forward to seeing you again in the New Year. If not, let us know if you’re interested in joining us next year.

Also, if you know of a student – perhaps a friend or classmate – who may like to try coding, encourage their parents to get in touch with us at

Best wishes for Christmas and enjoy the holidays!



Final class of the year for Kohimarama School

Tuesday was the final class of Term 4 for Kohimarama School. Thanks to everyone for an awesome term and a great first year at the school. We hope you all enjoyed the coding challenges and activities.

Looking ahead, we will again be running after-school coding classes at Kohimarama School next year.

There will be eight, weekly sessions on Tuesdays. They will run from 12 February to 2 April. The cost for the term is $210, which includes a computer for use during class time. There are places currently available for students in Years 5 to 8 (in 2019). If you’re interested in joining us – or have any questions – please let us know at

Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to develop computational thinking and expand understanding of computer programming.

Join Technovation’s ‘Girls for a Change’ challenge

technovation logoEvery year Technovation invites teams of girls to learn and apply the skills needed to solve real-world problems through digital technology.

If your daughter’s keen on digital tech, maybe you should check out the website. They’ll work with a team of friends to create, build and market a mobile app – no prior experience is necessary.

This project is generally run through schools (students don’t have to be with Code Champions). So, you’ll need to enthuse your daughter’s teacher to participate. However, we’re happy to help where we can – and can perhaps provide some mentoring.

technovation 1Join a global community of 15,000 girls from 100+ countries and lead the change. Registrations have already opened, with the competition officially kicking off in January 2019.

Find out more at or contact New Zealand co-ordinator
Theresa Corballis at

There will also be an information evening at MissMoos Kitchen (50 Waimarie Road, St Heliers) at 6-7pm on Tuesday, November 13.

Effect of teacher strike on our coding classes

As you know, there’s a primary teachers’ strike planned for Monday, 12 November. We have two classes on Mondays.

In consultation with the schools, we have decided to do the following:

Meadowbank School – Classes as normal (running alongside Club Meadowbank)

Mt Eden Normal Primary School –  Classes cancelled (make-up classes to be held in the last week of term, 17 December)


A great way to spend the holidays!

Thanks to everyone who joined us for our holiday programme last week. We had an awesome time – we hope you did, too!

During the three days at Churchill Park School, students tackled a range of coding challenges, from Minecraft adventure maps to missile command bases, mini games to making jam sandwiches.

The feedback’s been very positive, so we’ll definitely be doing more holiday courses. We’ll keep you posted on what we decide.

Here’s just a little of the action:

Looking for a fun but also educational activity for the school holidays?

Just a reminder that Code Champions is hosting a three-day coding course during the Term 3 holidays – and places are filling fast, so don’t miss out.

It’s on Monday 1st to Wednesday 3rd October and will take place at Churchill Park School. Each day participants will tackle a coding project, plus we’ll have a demo of VR goggles and robot races. Classes are for students across Years 4 to 8 and cover varying levels of coding skill and experience.

Register your interest

Please follow the appropriate age link below to register your daughter or son’s interest in a place on our holiday programme. (This does not confirm a place or commit you to signing up. We will follow up with further information.) When it comes to offering places we will process enquiries in the order they are received.

Register for Years 7 and 8

Register for Years 5 and 6

Register for Year 4

If you experience any problems with the form – or have any questions – please contact us at

Please note: We treat all personal information in accordance with the Privacy Act. We do not share information with any Third Parties.


That’s it for Term 3 at St Heliers School!

Well, that’s it for Term 3. The last coding class at St Heliers School was yesterday (it’s an early finish this term with the school show pushing us a week earlier). We hope everyone’s enjoyed this term’s course – the first session yesterday was a hive of coding activity!

Looking ahead to Term 4, we will be continuing classes on Thursdays. It will be an eight week course, from 18 October to 6 December. The cost is $200 and a device is provided for use during class time. If you would like to book your child’s place – or have any questions – please get in touch,