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SG Code Campus (Bukit Timah Campus)

587 Bukit Timah Road

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Principles 6 - Weekly Coding Classes for Ages 13 - 16 WEB PROGRAMMING Prerequisites: Principles 5

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Principles 6 - Weekly Coding Camp for Ages 13 - 16

WEB PROGRAMMING

Prerequisites: Principles 5

At SG Code Campus, we think that learning to program the web is a challenging but ultimately rewarding endeavour because there are few skills truly as enabling as being able to create a web application. Our approach to web programming is decidedly opinionated in that it assumes that students have already acquired the skills needed to read and write non-trivial algorithms, as well as an understanding of Object-Oriented Programming (OOP), before learning how those skills can be applied to the web domain.

Programming the web can broadly be decomposed into three connected tasks: structuring content, designing the appearance of said content, and programming applications based on that content. Learning to build on the web has traditionally been reduced to learning about the associated technologies which address these concerns - HTML, CSS and JavaScript. With Anvil, a Python web programming platform, we eliminate the challenges of learning a new language and syntax on top of the new concepts in web programming, allowing students to focus on writing their programs in Python and gaining more hands-on experience building projects.

In this course, Code Campers will go behind the scenes of their beloved websites and applications, decomposing and recreating them. They will design their web applications by creating and styling their components in Anvil, a task equivalent to applying the sister technologies of HTML and CSS to present the content they are so used to seeing. With their solid foundation in programming concepts, they will then write programs in Python to make their web content dynamic and interactive, a task traditionally accomplished with Javascript.

At the end of the course, Code Campers will be able to build their own landing pages and simple frontend web applications.

Students interested in Web Programming with HTML, CSS and Javascript can check out our holiday camps Introduction to Web Programming 1 (HTML + CSS) and Introduction to Web Programming 2 (Javascript).

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This is an 8 lesson course. Lessons will be conducted at our Bukit Timah campus on Saturday, 10am-12pm, 15 Jan - 5 Mar.

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School Policies

We can't wait to welcome you on Campus! Before you arrive, here are some of our Campus policies that you need to be aware of.

 

MINIMUM CLASS SIZE

Please note that we require a minimum of 3 Code Campers to start a class. You will be fully refunded if the class minimum is not fulfilled.

MISSED CLASSES AND MAKE-UP CLASSES

SG Code Campus offers structured and outcome-driven courses to equip our Code Campers with the necessary programming proficiencies to progress through our learning roadmap. Full attendance for each course is important to ensure that students are able to progress smoothly in their learning journey.

For a missed lesson, the student will receive a video link to the lesson missed that will expire in two weeks, as well as any necessary materials used in class. Subject to the availability of the instructor, a 15-min consultation can be arranged after the student has covered the video and attempted any necessary exercises to clarify any student doubts. 

CANCELLATIONS & REFUNDS
We strive to maintain a low instructor-to-student ratio for our courses to maximise the learning experience. Hence, seats are limited and we greatly value each and every seat that we offer. If you cancel your registration for any of our courses for any reason whatsoever, the following refund policy applies:

  • 100% full refund if written notice of any cancellation is received by us at least 14 days before the start date of the course.
  • 100% credit refund if written notice of any cancellation is received by us at least 7 days before the start date of the course. 
  • No refund will be given if written notice of any cancellation is received by us less than 7 days before the start date of the course. 

There will not be any refund or credit offered for physical classes that need to move online. We have continuously honed our conduct of online classes, and are confident that our online classes will still deliver a fruitful learning experience for the kids.

Please note that credit refunds are valid for 12 months from the date of issue, and can be applied to any other SG Code Campus course (subject to availability) within the validity period. If a course of a lower value is selected as a replacement, no refund of the difference in course fees will be given.

WHAT TO BRING

We provide all necessary equipment for students in the classroom, including a Macbook and other hardware devices where applicable. Your child should bring a water bottle and a jacket, as it can get cold in some of our classrooms.

PHOTOGRAPHY & VIDEOGRAPHY
Please note that photographs and/or videos may be taken during classes or events for educational, training and marketing purposes.
If you do not wish for you or your child to be featured in any educational, training and/or marketing materials, please notify us via email at enquiries@sgcodecampus.com, prior to the start of your child’s course with us.

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