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Challenge Coding

At Kalamunda Christian School we provide many opportunities for students to focus and improve in their gifts and talents. The Challenge Program is an extension program for years five and six students. Selected students get invited to the program each term depending on their areas of strength and the focus for that term.

Please complete the online registration form if you have received an invitation for your child for Challenge Coding class.

Tim Sneddon, will be teaching the students coding and providing them with opportunities to learn and extend their skills in this area. It is a wonderful opportunity to learn from an expert and develop coding skills.

Challenge Coding will take place every Tuesday in Mrs Nancarrow’s class as follows:

When: Tuesday afternoons

Time: 3:15pm to 4:15pm

Dates: The start date is Tuesday 20 February and runs until Tuesday 10 April (8 weeks).

Where: Room 14 (Mrs Nancarrow’s class).

Cost: $40 for the term. Please send the $40 in with your child on Tuesday 20 February.

Bring: The Year 5 students will use their Think Pad computers, whereas the Year 6 students will need to bring their own devices.

If you have any questions or would like to find out more about this amazing opportunity, please don’t hesitate to contact me via email coralie.nancarrow@kalamundacs.wa.edu.au or come and see me in my classroom.

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