We work with our partnering schools and NGOs to offer on-site or off-site Coding Workshops.
We host regular STEM/Coding educational activities for teachers or social workers under our Train-the-Teacher Workshop and students from partnering schools, and kid members from our partnering non-government organization (NGOs) to promote computer science-related skills for children from age of 8 to 15.
2019 July – December Raspberry & Scratch Coding Workshop for Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs Association of Hong Kong
We are delighted to be selected again to be one of the BGCA’s STEM/Coding partners and suppliers.
- supplier of Raspberry Pi computer equipment and Scratch teaching material
- coding language covered: Scratch
- Use Scratch to programme to learn Beginner Level concept of coding skill
2019 April STEM/Coding Workshop of TWGHs Lee Ching Dea Memorial College
We are delighted to be selected again to be one of the TWGHs Lee Ching Dea Memorial College’s STEM/Coding partners and suppliers.
- the understanding of basic hardware and software of a computer
- coding language covered: Scratch & Python
- Use Scratch and Python to programme physical computer device using Raspberry Pi Sense HAT and Camera Module
2019 April Outdoor Free STEM/Coding Activities for PeaceBox
Providing 400+ participating kids and families with the opportunity to learn more about computer and coding using Qi Computer Starter Kit. Special thanks to our student volunteers from Friends of SSCPS to bring lots of fun and joy to the participating kids who may not have access to a computer at home or have any chances to learn about coding.
- unplugged coding concept
2019 Q1 STEM/Coding Workshop for Friends of SSCPS Members
Class A: Beginner Coding for the students from P2-4
Concepts to be covered:
- based on material from “Simple Coding for Total Beginners – Book of Scratch Volume 1“
- Introducing Raspberry Pi
- Introducing Scratch
- Weekly projects learning how to create music, animation and games
Class B: Intermediate Coding for the students from P4-6
Concepts to be covered:
- based on material from “The Official Raspberry Pi Beginner’s Guide“
- Introducing Raspberry Pi
- Programming with Scratch
- Programming with Python
- Physical computing with Sense HAT and/or Camera Module
2018 Dec 8 & 9
Project Curiosity X Friends of SSCPS Hour of Code
Computers are everywhere, changing every industry on the planet. But fewer than half of all schools teach computer science. Good news is, we’re on our way to change this! If you’ve heard about the Hour of Code before, you might know it made history. More than 100 million students have tried an Hour of Code.
With the growth of the Hour of Code movement, many schools and multi-national companies have joined forces to promote computer science and have become the supporting organisation of this important worldwide event. We are delighted to participate in the SSCPS Family Fun Day 2018 to support the School’s important STEM initiative.
The Hour of Code is organized by Code.org, a public non-profit dedicated to expanding access to computer science and increasing participation by women and underrepresented students of colour. The Hour of Code is celebrated during the annual Computer Science Education Week in December. Code.org®, the CODE logo and Hour of Code™ are trademarks of Code.org.
Project Curiosity X Society for Community Organisation (SoCO)
After planning since the beginning of this year, we have rolled out our first coding workshop with SoCO for the kids served by their centre in Sham Shui Po district. The smart kids have enjoyed this fun coding workshop and are progressing very well using our Raspberry Pi based Qi Computer and Hour of Code by Code.org.
TWGHs Lee Ching Dea Memorial College Raspberry Pi Leadership Programme First Year Graduation & Presentation Project Competition Award Presentation Ceremony
After learning how to use Raspberry Pi to assist their self-learning and to code software and physical computing games for one year, the high school students also learned how to create presentation and video on the subjects they are interested most. Apart from the great personal involvement and support from the school Principal, Deputy Principal, Computer subject teacher, one of the important elements of the programme is to identify and to train up a group of more senior secondary school students to become the coach for the lower form students. This is certainly one of the most successful workshops we have been working with for sure. As this is a three-year programme, we look forward to more success in our second year based on the learning from this first year of experience together!
Coding Working – Project Curiosity X Crossroads Foundation
We have organised our second coding workshop for the kids from the volunteer families of Crossroads Foundation. The kids have spent four weekly coding workshop to code their own video games, video animation in Scratch, fun coding modules from Hour of Code from Code.org, and, for the two most advanced kids, some challenging games similar to the famous retro game “Space Invader”!
2018 May 12
Global Scratch Day – Project Curiosity X WebOrganic
The event was designed for children between age 8 to 12. It was run for a 1-hour session on guided Scratch coding exercise. Attending children learnt how to create their own games, animations, and interactive stories using the Scratch Coding Cards.
2018 Apr 20 to May 18
Playtao X Project Curiosity Raspberry Jam for Lok Sin Tong Lau Tak Primary School
- 5 weekly after class coding class to cover the topics of introduction to computer hardware using Raspberry Pi, basic coding using Hour-of-Code by Code.org and Scratch by MIT, and physical computing using Raspberry Pi Sense HAT
2018 Mar 24
1st Outdoor Coding Activities in Peace Box Event
- 3 hours of fun and free coding activities by 250+ very smart girls and boys together with their parent
- 1546 lines of code were written and many more learn about problem-solving and logical thinking skill that is central to coding using unplugged coding game
2018 Feb 24
Project Curiosity X Asbury Methodist Social Service – This year’s 1st Free Raspberry Jam X Hour of Code at our Qi Computer Workshop for 13 kids and 9 parents served by Asbury Methodist Social Service
2017 Dec 9 – Hour of Code
22 parents and kids participated in activities covering coding and physical computing and wrote 2340 lines of code in this annual global event.
The Hour of Code™ is a global initiative by Computer Science Education Week and Code.org to introduce millions of students to one hour of computer science and computer programming.
2017 – Crossroads Foundation, Pilot Coding Workshop
2017 – Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Lee Ching Dea Memorial College, Raspberry Pi Leadership Programme and Kickoff Coding Workshop
2016 – Chicken Soup Foundation, Summer Coding Workshop
2016 – WebOrganic, Summer Coding & Train the Trainer Workshop