Accessibility name

Our Curriculum

The Coding Space Journey

Our customized curriculum was created to inspire your child to achieve their maximum potential through multiple years of coding with us.

Our student-centered approach combines project-based learning with unique platforms like WoofJS to create a personalized education experience, allowing students to be challenged at their individual level and pace.

Through out their journey, students will gain continued exposure to computer science principles.

Typical Journey for a Coding Space student:

  • Grade 1 - Young Beginner
  • Grade 2 - Young Beginner or Beginner
  • Grade 3 - Beginner or Intermediate
  • Grade 4 - Beginner or Intermediate
  • Grade 5 - Intermediate or Advanced
  • Grade 6 - Intermediate or Advanced
  • Grade 7 - Intermediate or Advanced
  • Grade 8 - Advanced or Teen Code

The Coding Space Journey

Young Beginner through Intermediate

The cornerstone of our curriculum begins with Scratch, a block-based programming language built by MIT. Students ages 8-10 will likely start here. Students under the age of 8 will likely start in, a pre-cursor to Scratch, completing several projects there before advancing to Scratch.

Skills Covered

  • Sequential Evaluation
  • Events
  • Variables
  • Loops
  • Conditional Statements

Intermediate through Advanced

Students will begin working in WoofJS, our JavaScript learning platform, in the Intermediate class.

Skills Covered

  • Syntax
  • Arrays
  • Functions
  • Debugging
  • Objects

Advanced through Teen Code

Students will begin working in Front End Web Development. After learning how webpages are built and advancing their JavaScript knowledge to make them interactive, they'll delve further into using APIs to send and receive data and libraries and frameworks to bring their programs to the next level. Advanced programmers also will get the chance to build databases and explore backend development through Node.js or Python.

Skills Covered

  • HTML Tags
  • CSS Styling
  • Document Object Model (DOM)
  • API Calls
  • Databases