Term 1 has been tough for SE QLD families. The delayed start and recent flooding have meant missing out on school and extracurricular activities. In response, we are offering a one time special to bring back normality and enjoyment for your kids this Easter holidays. Use code BRINGAFRIEND
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School
Belmont State School
Cannon Hill Anglican College
QLD University of Technology [QUT]
Our Lady of the Rosary
Good News Lutheran School
Yarranlea Primary School
Northgate State School
North Lakes Community Centre
Junior Engineers Tech Centre
Sherwood State School
St. Laurence's College
St. Joseph's College - Gregory Terrace
West End State School
Frequently Asked Questions
Our code camps typically have a maximum student to instructor ratio of 9:1.
The Junior Engineers instructors are trained in all Cyber Security and Duty of Care policies. The Classrooms are all password protected and only accessible by registered students or their legal guardians. The instructors are also trained to report any issues immediately to us at the Junior Engineers HQ.
All the Junior Engineers instructors are highly qualified and trained STEM professionals. All our instructors posses Blue Cards, and have been thoroughly vetted and trained by us. Many of our instructors are University students, completing under or post graduate degrees in the subjects they are teaching.
In each class, the instructor will explain and demonstrate the principles being taught and then allow the students to replicate the code or activity on their device. Then, the students can ask questions, discuss, and present their project results. After a challenge has been completed, the instructor will move on to the next subject, and so on.
All levels of experience are welcome. Our instructors will tailor their classes in line with the student’s experience. To ensure an optimal class experience, it is recommend that each student know the basics of using a computer, such as sharing their screen, using a mouse, switching between screens etc.
Our holiday programs run for either 2 or 3 days. Each each runs from 8.30am to 4.30pm.
We strongly recommend brining your own laptop (PC or mac). Your computer must have the ability to download software programs such as Minecraft Education or Thonny,
For some locations, we offer the rental option. A link would be provided in the computer requirements section of the program description.