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PIEX Education: Coding and Robotics Holiday Program

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School holiday fun with coding, robotics, automation and more.

Technology is the way of the future. At a PIEX Education coding and robotics summer school holiday program, kids can have fun, meet new friends and work towards becoming a leader of the future.

Through these unique 3-day programs, children aged 6-12 years will learn a variety of new skills through play and fun, exciting activities. These include coding, robotics, engineering challenges, science experiments, mindfulness and more!

The theme of this holiday program is Automation. This theme is a great one for children to explore, given we live in a society where robots and auto technology plays a significant role in our daily lives.

Activities are designed to engage and challenge children in a safe, supportive environment.

PIEX Education is dedicated to developing our next generation of leaders and learners, so programs are based around fostering collaboration, critical thinking, problem solving, creativity, system thinking and experimental learning.

Furthermore, no child is ever just ‘a number’ at PIEX - one of their core values is to take the time to get to know individual children and personalise activities to suit.

Programs will take place in January at Neutral Bay Club, Dural Public School and Sydney Olympic Park.

The dates available are between January 6th and 22nd 2020. See the full details here.

You can also use the $100 Creative Kids voucher towards the program.

Help your child become a leader of the future and a lifelong learner. To find out more about the program, read on here.

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