Your child can take their next steps with our advanced website and games design code club

Saturday PM Advanced Games & Website Design code club

Games design code club students
This code club challenges students to develop scripting, coding and digital media skills, think independently, and embrace professional level knowledge and work practises. By hand coding a web site and developing an advanced game, students acquire a fuller picture of how networks, file formats, and web standards enable media to be published and shared on the internet.

Activity options & fees

Saturday PM - Advanced Games & Website Design Code Club
Location: Bromley Common BR2
10-12 yrs. Maximum 12 students
Ten (term time) 2 hour sessions. 1pm to 3pm
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NOTE: Your child must already be at Level 3 and have attended a free Taster/trial session or after school club to join this club.

Age range & SEN

10-12 year olds. This club is suitable for student who's age, experience or maturity enables them to concentrate longer and address a greater degree of challenge in their learning.

Your child should either have already reached Level 2 or 3 in any one of our subjects, or have good computer skills, perhaps because they have been using a Raspberry Pi, or have a high level of subject interest, maturity and focus.

Club content

Gov.UK logoOur courses cover attainment targets from the new National Computing Curriculum.

This club teaches games design coding, how to build a website using professional hand coded methods (html and CSS), and how to edit and add digital media such as games, images, sound and video.

The club also allows students to learn advanced scripting skills to enhance their existing games design skills.

Content is tailored to challenge and improve each learner's existing skills and knowledge. Students are continually assessed to establish the level they are working at and to stretch them.


Our activities are accredited with Pixel Gang Certificates. To earn a certificate learners must complete certificate tasks.

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