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25% off All Term 3 Online Kids Coding, Robotics and 3D Design - $15 Per Class @ Robofun

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National Science Week 2021

This week is Australia’s annual celebration of science and technology. ⠀

National Science Week was established to celebrate Australia’s contributions to science and to encourage young Australians to be curious about the world we live in. ⠀

In celebration of National Science Week, we are offering 25% off all our classes during this week. JUST use this code AT6BU9 when you register.
If you have a curious child at home that would like to get involved, our online after school classes are easy to join and offer the flexibility of learning from anywhere.

What the online classes include:
  • Only 6 students per class
  • Post-class support via Class Dojo
  • Free access to the class recording
  • Students will leave with their own customized game, 3D design or circuit
What is Robofun?

We offer engaging and fun STEAM-based, extracurricular activities and lessons for children aged 7+ years.

Our classes are online and interactive, and led by our passionate Robofun Instructors.

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    %25 off

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    Hi OP

    Are there any free trial classes on offer to check prior to joining for the whole term? I see that you had them previously.

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      yeah, interested in trying it out first too

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        Hi, please send us an email with the class you're interested in and we'll check availability for trial classes.

  • +1 vote

    There are so many of these courses around, but do they achieve anything?
    My kids did the "coding" classes in school, but came out about as useful or inspired as from that one term of Indonesian language.

    From my observations, they are little more than baby-sitting. The kids need to want to learn, and be self-driven.
    I've sent my kids to Scitech workshops, bought the build-your-robot toys, done the flappy bird thing, etc etc …
    but they'd still rather just play minecraft or watch youtube. They'd rather do maths homework than coding. It is hard, even with smart, nerdy kids.

    Maybe a few kids will be inspired by these to learn more?