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Turning dreams into reality!

Kodland is a Global Online coding school for kids aged 8-17

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Hello Kodland!

We teach essential skills:

Computer literacy
Website Building
Game Creation
Computer Programming

Classes take place online instead of taking boring tests, kids build their own projects

10 000 students
Are studying at Kodland right now. 15,000 kids completed our courses in the last 3 years.
40 000 projects
Built by kids with their own hands so far. Some of them are freely available at our social media Hub.
7 complete courses
Students choose what they want to learn: Python, Unity, Roblox, or another one of our offerings

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We had a fantastic first introduction to coding by Alime, she was very friendly, very informative, my son took to it so easy. Its a fantastic programme ...
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Our courses

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FOR KIDS 8-10 YEARS OLD
BEGINNERS

Scratch

The basics of Scratch, a visual programming language. Kids will learn simple algorithms, make their first games, and work together on group projects

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FOR KIDS 10-12 YEARS OLD
BEGINNERS

Digital Basics

Kids will learn a variety of basic applications, gaining the skills to complete projects and assignments on PC

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FOR KIDS 10-12 YEARS OLD
BEGINNERS

Making Games on Roblox

Students will learn how to build  in-game worlds and 3D models for their games, then bring their worlds to life with  Lua.

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FOR KIDS 10-12 YEARS OLD
BEGINNERS

Digital Creativity

We will develop the creative skills of our students in a variety of areas: graphic illustration, video and photo editing and multiplication. Upon completion, our students will know how to utilize their computers to create.

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FOR KIDS 12-15 YEARS OLD
BEGINNERS

Basic Python

Python is a great choice for a first programming language. We'll teach the basics and then test out their new skills in practice.

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FOR KIDS 12-15 YEARS OLD
BEGINNERS

Making websites

This course is based on mixing web-design and development. By the end of the course, students will be able to make websites of intermediate complexity. We’ll take students from the initial idea, to layout, building, and going live

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FOR KIDS 14-17 YEARS OLD
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Advanced Python

 deep dive into making games with Python: starting with basic syntax and terms, we take students through the entire GameDev cycle: from original idea and story, to implementing mechanics and AI.

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FOR KIDS 14-17 YEARS OLD
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3D games on Unity

In this course, students will learn how to work in one of the most popular game engines, Unity, which can make games, animations, and world class projects completely free.

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How our lessons work

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Review the previous lesson and homework.
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Dive into new material, working in groups to complete assignments under teacher supervision.Students individually tackle more advanced assignments, attempting fun, gamified tasks towards the end
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The class wraps up with the teacher summarizing the lesson, and preparing for the next topic.
32
lessons in a course
90
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8
months
6-12
students per group

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In a 40-minute trial lesson, both the student and the parents can determine whether the coding lessons are suitable for them, and the teacher can help suggest the right course for the student.

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Projects by our students

We believe it's most effective to learn by doing. We don't have boring lectures, and in our lessons kids make real games and applications.

Marat
13 years old
Flappy bird
PYTHON

Flappy Bird — my first gaming project on PyGame! Press space and jump!

Margaret
10 years old
Infinite road
PYTHON

This is my infinitely entertaining game! I really wanted to make something distracting and fun, and that's how I came up with the idea for this project.

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Steven
10 years old
Car of my dreams
Digital Intro

This is the car of my dreams. I tried really hard to add some of the most important details.

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Reid
12 years old
Geometry Dash on PyGame
PYTHON

This is my interpretation of Geometry Dash. I used Python to make it, and the game is so fun. My friends like it too.

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Teachers

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PYTHON TEACHER

Alex

Skills
Python
WEB
Chat Bot
Informatics
Accomplishments
Teacher at the state project Campus-2019 and Campus-2020; Creator of an application for making chat-bots and AI for kids
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UNITY TEACHER

Alex

Skills
Python
Unity
Computer Science
Accomplishments
Organizer and head judge of the international robotics competition Roboskills
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PYTHON TEACHER

Ksenia

Skills
Python
Computer Science
WEB
Accomplishments
Published in the Advances In Science and Technology XXVIII collection
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Benefits of our school

We show how to productively spend time at the computer

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If your kids spend too much time gaming or online — we'll teach them about the technology that makes these games possible. Their hobby can then grow into something more educational and well-rounded, and even become a future career.

Pick courses based on your child’s level and interests

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The courses are composed with care, so that they're neither too hard nor too easy. Our process draws kids in with practical assignments and gamification (of programming tasks)

Teachers with industry experience

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All of our teachers have specialized education and experience in the (tech/programming/software?) industry. Besides that, they regularly undergo training and take master classes.

We teach on our own Platform

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It's no big deal if a child misses a lesson. Materials for each lesson are available on our Platform, and teachers can offer help on WhatsApp.

No commuting

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No need to leave the house, all the courses take place online. All you need is an internet connection and a computer.

Friendship and motivation

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A lot of our lessons take place in groups. Kids get to know each other, learning how to communicate and collaborate on group projects. You can find some of the projects we’ve done on our social media hub.

Reviews from Parents and Students

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Irene
Brought her son Max to Kodland

Every year, my son spends more of his time on the computer: studying, movies, and of course, games. He was even involved in a school competition Cyber - Cadets, where his team ranked 1st and 2nd places. I wanted to guide his computer interest towards something with more prospects and allow Maxim to apply himself in a topic that’s increasingly popular today. So he could understand if it's his thing or ...

Every year, my son spends more of his time on the computer: studying, movies, and of course, games. He was even involved in a school competition Cyber - Cadets, where his team ranked 1st and 2nd places. I wanted to guide his computer interest towards something with more prospects and allow Maxim to apply himself in a topic that’s increasingly popular today. So he could understand if it's his thing or not. Randomly saw the ad and was attracted by a trial lesson, to take, for example, one trial module.

To my surprise, my son got involved in the process right with the first lesson! Even if the end of the course is far off, with every lesson the invisible, inner workings of website creation become more clear (I ,for one, used to always be in the dark about all of this). After just a month, my son learned tons of useful skills and information!

Thanks to the option to record the webinars, I'm keeping track of my son's educational successes. This course helps him with creative thinking too. And it's also nice to see the competitive spirit — every child tries very hard)
  

The subjects are presented very professionally, and the study format is super convenient. And a special thanks to Max’s teacher Nikita! To manage during a lesson, give new information, answer all the kids' questions, and even give motivational speeches — it's a true vocation! The kids get him, and he understands kids (there's no "student/teacher” gap).


The lessons are interesting, productive, and motivate the students to keep going! It was a pleasant surprise to hear from the management that the kids at the top of their groups get discounts on further courses. We're still not sure what’s next, because my son dismissed gamedev courses immediately, and there are no further web design courses in our age group at the moment. We hope that by the time we finish the course there will be something for us!)

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STUDENT, 13 YEARS OLD
Max
Passed the course Web Design

I've learned to develop and design websites during the course. I especially liked the lesson about design. My biggest project was a website about my music preferences. I haven't decided yet if coding is going to be my occupation or profession, but first I want to learn more coding, even though before Kodland I had never seriously thought about it.

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Larisa
Brought her son Liev to Kodland

Lately, I've begun to notice that my son is very interested in virtual games and everything related to gadgets and apps. Didn't have an intention to fight it, because we have a grown-up daughter, with who we had disagreements in this question, that led to me realizing, that in our day and age forbidding computer and internet isn't just pointless, but rather stupid, because now it's a part of our lives, whether we want it or not. 

With my son, I wanted to somehow lead him to see that...

Lately, I've begun to notice that my son is very interested in virtual games and everything related to gadgets and apps. Didn't have an intention to fight it, because we have a grown-up daughter, with who we had disagreements in this question, that led to me realizing, that in our day and age forbidding computer and internet isn't just pointless, but rather stupid, because now it's a part of our lives, whether we want it or not. 

With my son, I wanted to somehow lead him to see that the computer isn't some toy, but rather a tool for education and work. That's when I saw an ad for Kodland coding school. I signed up my son for a free trial lesson, he really liked it, and told me so. But because children - today I want it/tomorrow I don't, I wanted to know about payments and refunds, and I was pleasantly surprised by Kodland's policies.

So, starting spring 2020, my son began learning coding in this school. The lessons were very interesting and productive not just for him, but for me as well). I think the course is packed to the brim with not only the basics on making presentations and other educational necessities, but also personalized attention that fosters the growth of a child's creative potential. We were very satisfied, both me and my son, so we'll keep going with Kodland school - on to the next level!

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STUDENT, 10 YEARS OLD
Liev
Passed the course Digital Intro

In this course, I've learned how to make websites, presentations, tables, and 3D modeling. I can't say which subject I liked the most because I liked all of them! My teacher was nice and friendly. He explains everything that we didn't understand. Also, I've made two friends, their names are Sasha and Vlad. We were making my project at the end of the course. Mine was about underwater cars, I really enjoyed making it. I want to keep learning to program. After this course, I understand computers better.

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Helen
Brought her son Svyatoslav to Kodland

We had the idea to sign up Svyatoslav for programming courses a while ago, but unfortunately, because of football we always put it off. But in April, quarantine happened and we decided to use the resulting free time as productively as possible. After comparing some schools, we chose Kodland based on online reviews and decided to sign up for a trial lesson.

Svyat couldn't wait for it, he already had informatics at school and had a general idea...

We had the idea to sign up Svyatoslav for programming courses a while ago, but unfortunately, because of football we always put it off. But in April, quarantine happened and we decided to use the resulting free time as productively as possible. After comparing some schools, we chose Kodland based on online reviews and decided to sign up for a trial lesson.

Svyat couldn't wait for it, he already had informatics at school and had a general idea, but he was shy and bashful. But right at the first lesson his "shyness" just disappeared, the teacher turned out to be good-natured, engaging, and seemed to be "on the same wavelength" as the kids. We really liked the first lesson, Syvat was delighted, and there was no question whether we would continue or not. Svyatoslav was always interested in different "apps" games etc, but his interests were scattered, and the knowledge he had didn't fit into a cohesive “big picture”, but because of Kodland, it did. 

Gradually and logically his skills came together, like links of a chain - from simple to complex. Svyatoslav's life changed thanks to the courses, it wasn't just an "effective" way to pass the time, it grew into a dream and a path to further goals in life.Svyatoslav also improved his math skills, solving logic problems, math equations and tables - there's progress in everything.He really likes his wonderful teachers he's worked with, and could always text them on messengers and get help with assignments, great to have feedback! We're really happy with our online school pick and thankful for the knowledge we've got! Going forward we plan to grow with the school and learn more complex courses.

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STUDENT, 9 YEARS OLD
Svyat
Passed the course Digital Intro

Most of all, I liked making websites and writing apps. My biggest project was a website with a game form, and also a "computer club". I've liked working on the project, and I found out how to solve equations in tables, insert photos and videos into a project, and learned graphs. I've made new friends and acquaintances with shared interests, there’s nobody like this at my school. Next, I want to learn how to make games and study programming languages!

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FAQ

Where can I see the courses scheduled?
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Usually, our students study at the weekends. New groups start each week. To find a suitable schedule, please, fill out the form on the website and be sure to enter your child's age.

How much does a course cost?
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The price varies depending on the format and the number of modules. You can find our prices here.

What’s the policy on skipped lessons?
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Skipping a single lesson isn't a big deal: theory, materials, and tasks for each lesson are available on our Platform, and the teachers usually can offer help on WhatsApp. If a student skips two or more lessons for valid reasons, they can request an additional lesson, free of charge.

Are there any technical requirements for the courses?
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The lessons take place on a desktop PC or a laptop, tablets aren't an option.
Software requirements:
Windows (no older than Windows 7) or macOS (10.10+) and installed browser Google Chrome.
There are higher requirements for the course on Unity: at least 20GB of available space, and at least 2GB ram.

How often are groups formed?
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We form groups throughout the year, with a group starting every week. To learn the up-to-date schedule, please fill out a form on the website.