Which language is the course in?

The primary language for the course is English. However, we do have Norwegian speaking instructors. So if you speak either English or Norwegian, you're good to go.

What if my child does not speak English very well?

We rarely have a problem with a child not being able to participate because of English. Kids nowadays spend a lot of time watching Youtube and playing games and they understand English quite well. Parents often underestimate how much English their kids know. In any case, our instructors speak both English and Norwegian so we speak to the students in the language they feel most comfortable with.

How young or old can the students be?

Please look at the age requirement for the course you are interested in. In our game courses we accept students from the ages of 9 and up. As long as a participant is born in 2009 or earlier they can take part.

So you have all ages in one class?

Yes. We teach our courses in such a way that every participant feels engaged and challenged, regardless of age or level. At the end, every student will have a finished project.

Any prior programming experience required?

Nope. All of our courses start from scratch and require no prior programming experience.

Do you teach Scratch?

No. So many other programming courses for kids are based around Scratch. Scratch is a fun programming language to use but it feels too much like a toy. We use JavaScript with a library called p5.js. P5.js makes it very fun and easy to build games.

Should I bring my laptop?

Yes, every student must bring their own laptop. You can use a Mac OS X, Linux, Windows or Chromebook.

Do I need to install any software?

No.

Should students bring their own food?

Yes, students should bring their own food. There is usually places around where students can buy food.