Jam Coding Westminister
About the Company
Our mission is to deliver life skills to the next generation of digital citizens. Digital skills are more than being able to code and use a computer. They extend to safe usage, the digital opportunity and digital resilience. We believe that young people should be educated in all these digital skills. Learner’s graduate from our workshops, knowing the importance of coding and digital skills. They learn what they can achieve through coding and computing. Just as importantly, they have fun and make friends along the way…
Why Jam Coding?
We have been providing schools and children with innovative computing programmes and initiatives for over 5 Years . Over this period we have constantly updated, improved and refined our workshops and delivery model to what it is today.
With our extensive experience of designing and delivering workshops we have an outstanding reputation with the schools we work with. Year-on-year, term-on-term, we are growing and reaching more and more young people, helping them to enjoy and understand Coding and Digital Skills.
Goals & Objectives
Technology is advancing at an incredible rate, and we’re just getting started! Jam Coding believes that there’s never been a more exciting time to be involved with Science and Technology. Every child deserves the chance to unlock their innate, unlimited capacity to learn.
Whether or not they pursue coding, programming, designing, videography or any other digital skill as a career, we want to provide kids with inspiration and skills that will help them start their journey.
Helping children stay safe online
eSafety is a growing concern for the government. Schools, Colleges and Community Groups are targeted to have an impact in helping young people stay safe online. Our eSafety workshops were designed in conjunction with O2 and offer a 360 degree approach to eSafety.
These workshops have had a huge uptake and are another example of the continual product development that allow Jam Coding to have a positive impact on the communities that they work.