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Each summer, Queen's University Belfast Computer Science building transforms from a haven of academics to a vibrant hub of young innovators at the annual Code Clock Summer School!

Launched in 2015, we've ignited the coding spark in hundreds of young people children, and this year we're ready to do it again this time with not one, but two action-packed weeks designed to unleash your child's inner tech wizard. 

'The Juniors' summer school runs from the 1st to the 5th of July and has been designed specifically for kids aged 7-11, providing an introduction to coding using a wide range of engaging, programmable technologies.

'The Seniors' summer school runs from Monday 29th of July until the Friday 2nd of August and offers young people a choice of technologies to focus on over the course of the week including C#, Python and Unity to name but a few.

Code Clock Summer School isn't just about lines of code; it's about building confidence, collaboration, and a love for learning that stretches far beyond the screen. Watch your child transform from code novice to coding champion, brimming with new ideas and an  enthusiasm for all things tech.


Code Clock Virtual Academy

In addition to Code Clock's 'In-person' workshops, we are also delighted to offer a range of online workshops entitled 'Virtual Academy' covering a wide range of digital technologies:

  • Programming- C#, Python, Gamemaker, Roblox Studio
  • Microsoft Office- Word, Excel, Access
  • Google Suite- Drive, Sheets. 
  • Adobe Photoshop

The workshops are bookable at least two months in advance with spaces strictly limited. All our online workshops are delivered by suitably qualified expert instructors with  a minimum of 10+ years experience teaching experience.