Summer 2019 - Virtual Camp

June 17th to 21st (10am to 3pm)

Virtual Venues are our way of reaching students across Ireland who can’t be with us in-person for our camps.

Students work from home, connected to our instructors by live video chat. They will enjoy the same high standard of tuition that our in-person students enjoy, and also take part in many of the activities with students attending the Digital Hub course which runs concurrently.

We’re delighted to bring this new way of learning to our summer program for the first time, and excited to welcome students from all over Ireland to learn with us!

About our Courses

Learning to code or honing existing skills - the Academy of Code is the summer camp for both motivated newbies and seasoned coders.

This summer camp is open to secondary school students. The tutors at the Academy of Code deliver a course which blends fun games and puzzles with serious programming. Students are divided by age and coding experience.

There will be a broad focus on foundational tech skills with deep dives into a variety of topics which may include music tech, video and photo editing, Java coding, web development, electronics, game design and more.

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For secondary school students in 1st-6th year in the 2019/20 school year.

  • June 17th to 21st, 10am to 3pm

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Requirements

Students will need broadband internet connection, headphones and microphone, and a Mac or PC. Instructions for downloading required software will be provided.

For the best experience it is recommended that students join our course via a broadband connection with a minimum of 1.5Mbps upload and download speed. You can test your connection at speedtest.net.

TASTE OF COMPUTER SCIENCE (Secondary)

This course, aimed at 13 to 18-year-old students, is the perfect opportunity to get a feeling for what a 3rd level course in computer science is really like. 

Taste of Computer Science is divided into junior (13- to 15-year-olds) and senior (16- to 19-year-olds) classes, so that students will have the opportunity to work and mingle with others their own age.