REIM Training Solutions

Aimed at 5 – 7 Year olds Scratch Jr will allow your students to be part of the exciting world of creating, in their own words “Coding is the new literacy!” By learning the building blocks of coding your students will be able to create their own interactive stories and games and learn to problem solve, create and express themselves in a fun way. Type your paragraph here.

​Aimed at 9 + Year olds Hopscotch is a visual programming language designed to allow young or beginner programmers to develop simple projects. Children will start with the simplest of coding and very quickly can build their confidence to create advanced animations and games.   Type your paragraph here.
                     Want to help your students learn real skills for life in the real world?

Coding courses for teachers, and students.  So much of what we do focuses on the negative aspect of Internet use and how it affects our children, but it can be a fun, exciting and educational place where our children can learn and flourish.  There is no better place to start than through some of the fantastic coding apps and software that is available to us all.

Coding is already part of everything we do from computer games to car technology - it is all around us! By teaching coding to your students you are giving them a skill for life and a great head start to understanding the world around them!

Teaching coding - additional skills your students will learn:

Your teachers or students don’t need to have any coding experience or even any IT skills to learn the basics on our practical courses, which will provide easy ways for your school to introduce basic coding skills throughout all areas of the curriculum.  We will work with you and your team to provide a programme of training that will work for your school - whether that means we teach your teachers, or we come directly to the classroom to work with your students.

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                                       Courses can be held during staff development days or during after school twilight sessions.

Aimed at 8 – 16 Year olds Scratch Programming allows you to create your own stories animations and games.  When students use Scratch they are “learning to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively — essential skills for life in the 21st century.”Type your paragraph here.