Last chance to code with DC Super Heroes at Code Camp!

For the last time these school holidays your child can design, code and create their very own DC Super Hero game in our Spark and Ignite camps. They can choose from DC favourites BATMAN, WONDER WOMAN and SUPERMAN, and design their own adventure app using character themed backgrounds and collectibles, and then bring their game to life via drag and drop code or JavaScript. Hurry and get in before they leave Code Camp!

First time to Code Camp? Enrol in a Spark camp
Been before? Your child can join a Spark or Ignite camp

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Drone Camp

Ages 9-13

NEW: Drone Camp will take your child on an adventure around the world as they code and pilot their very own flight missions.
Key Skills
  • Drone Piloting
  • Drone Safety
  • Team Work
  • Real-world applications
  • Videography
Availability
This camp is available at our in-person locations and online.
This camp is only available at our in-person locations.
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Save $100 on this camp with the NSW Creative Kids Rebate

About Drone Camp

Drone Camp is our latest hands-on technology program for 9-13 year olds.

The coolest intersection of STEM learning and fun. Kids get a taste of cutting-edge technology and learn about coding, problem-solving, engineering, design, and more! Working in teams they will code their flight path and watch in wonder as their drone takes off, then navigate through an obstacle course designed by them. They’ll learn about drone tech and safety, movie making, and discover how drones can save the world by fighting bushfires, rescuing koalas, spotting sharks on the coast and loads more!

Plus every kid at Drone Camp takes home a Code Camp t-shirt or cap, plus a wristband and medal.

Code Camp commences at 9:30 am and finishes at 3:30 pm. Drop-off starts from 9:00 am and pick-up ends at 4:00 pm. At selected venues we offer extended hours from 8:30 am until 5:00 pm - this availability will be visible at the booking page.


Learn to pilot a drone

Understand the fundamentals of how drones work and what it takes to be a safe Drone Pilot

Plan and fly your own missions

Work together as a team to design, plan and fly, ensuring your drone missions are a success

Real-world applications

Discover how drones are used in the real world - from fighting bushfires to saving koalas and making movies

Student Showcase

Check out what kids have been creating at this camp!
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Code Camp World

Where your child becomes the creator! Get ongoing access to our coding platform so your child can continue coding beyond the last day of camp. It's packed with free tutorials to keep your kids engaged throughout the term!

Find a camp near you

All of our in-person locations have:

At least one fully-trained primary school teacher with first aid certification
COVID-Safe plan
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FAQs

What is the structure of a day at camp?

Each day is divided into 1.5 - 2 hour sessions of fun, creative learning with three breaks for crunch & sip, recess and lunch so the kids can have outside play (weather allowing).

What time is drop off and pick-up time?

Drop-off is from 9:00-9:30 am and pick-up is 3:30-4:00 pm. At selected venues we offer extend hours from 8:30 am until 5:00 pm - this availability will be visible at the booking page.

Does my child need to bring a device?

Students are welcome to bring their own laptop from home, but if that's not possible you will be able to hire one from Code Camp for a fee.

What should I pack in my child's bag each day?

We recommend bringing a hat, water bottle, sunscreen and a nut-free packed crunch and sip, recess, and lunch.

How many kids are in each class?

We have some of the best student-teacher ratios to ensure every child has a positive experience. Most of our classes are capped at 28 students with a 1:8 teacher-student ratio.

Do they have to have prior experience?

Spark, DJ Camp, Animation Camp, Minions Animation Camp, Drone Camp and YouTube Creators are suitable for absolute beginners. Ignite requires a basic understanding of drag & drop coding, while kids attending Blast 3D and Web Builders need to be proficient at line coding.

Can I stay with my child?

Our camps are well staffed and we do not have parents stay for the day. If there is a particular reason that you’d like to attend, please get in contact with us to discuss.

Do you cater for special needs?

Whilst we do not run programs specifically designed to cater for students with special needs, our aim is to be as inclusive as possible. If your child attends a mainstream school and is comfortable in a classroom environment, they are welcome to attend. We will ask about their needs at enrolment. We are unable to provide 1:1 support, however if your child has a support worker they may attend with them. Please contact us to discuss your child’s individual needs.

My child is younger than the specified age, can they attend? Can my younger child attend with an older sibling?

If a child is with 12 months of the recommended age it is up to the parent to determine if the child is capable. Our camps are structured for the specified age range and with 1:8 ratios, so one on one support for a younger child will not be available. Unless the child is displaying maturity levels and academic capabilities of an older child, we don’t recommend it.

Do you offer a sibling discount?

When you enrol your child, you will receive a referral code which can be used to save $20 off your sibling booking.

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