Coding Lab® Presents: A Showcase of our students' achievements from our coding classes. From creating games and mobile apps that they proudle present, to achieving awards in less than six months after learning to code – who knows, your child could be next young talent!
ICS Student Feature: Christoph Cuan, 16, Distinction, Judges' Choice (Most Creative) and Overall People's Choice
16-year-old Christoph takes us through his Python game version of Connect 4, which he created to entertain people during the pandemic. Watch the project that won him a Distinction, Judges' Choice (Most Creative) and Overall People's Choice in the International Coding Showcase 2021.
ICS Student Feature: Ankit Maharana, 11, Distinction & Judges' Choice (Best Presentation)
Watch 11-year-old Ankit Maharana's Take A Break app, which he coded with Python to remind users to take breaks from using computers. This project won him a Distinction and Judges' Choice (Best Presentation) in the International Coding Showcase 2021.
Inventing Apps to Achieve the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals
Our students had a blast learning to code their very own apps. Curious about what they created in the hackathon at the end of class? Check out the apps and real-world solutions that our students presented in their project showcase!
Watch our 5-Year-Old Join His Online Class On His Own
Our Junior Coder Mitchell shows you that it's as easy as 1, 2, 3! Can a 5-year-old learn to code online? He joins his Zoom coding classes in 3 simple steps - all by himself and #fromthecomfortofhome!
YCGH Student Feature: Javen Lim, 11, (Merit) Best Game Design
Watch 11-year-old Javen Lim as he presents his project Being Socially Responsible. Meaningfully created during the pandemic, this interactive Scratch game features his own colourful drawings and won him Best Game Design (Merit) at the Young Coders' Global Hackathon 2020.
ICS Student Feature: Alicia Khong, 8, People’s Choice Award
Watch 8-year-old Alicia present her fun game on catching colourful balloons, which was created with the use of cloud data! This amazing project won her the People's Choice Award in the International Coding Showcase 2020.
ICS Student Feature: Wang Jun Min, 11, 2nd Place (Scratch)
Watch 11-year-old Jun Min's Technology Clicker. Using high-level Scratch programming and Mathematics, he made his very own clicker idle game complete with coins and various upgrades. This fun project won him 2nd Place (Scratch) in the International Coding Showcase 2020.
YCGH Student Feature: Kieran Ho, 12, (Merit) Most Promising Young Coder
Hear from 12-year-old Kieran, who coded a Covid-19 Daily Bulletin. This amazing Python program makes use of real-time news from credible Singaporean and Japanese news sources. This project won him Most Promising Young Coder in the Young Coders' Global Hackathon 2020.
ICS Student Feature: Victoria Hammonds, 10, Merit Award
Watch 10-year-old Victoria talk about her Python Turtle drawing game. Her exciting project allows users to use their creativity to draw different shapes with various pen thickness and colours. This project won her the Merit Award in the International Coding Showcase 2020.
ICS Student Feature: Isaac Khong, 10, (Judges’ Choices) Social Impact Award
Watch 10-year-old Isaac presenting his budgeting project. Combining Math and Python programming, it helps one to plan their expenses and generates graphs to help one budget. This impressive project won him Social Impact Award in the International Coding Showcase 2020.
ICS Student Feature: Keian Teh, 11, 2nd Place (Python)
Watch 11-year-old Keian eloquently present his very own Python project, which uses Python Turtle. It aims to encourage people to bring out their creative side and draw anything that they want. This project won him 2nd Place (Python) in the International Coding Showcase 2020.
ICS Student Feature: Kyran Tan, 10, 1st Place (Python)
Watch 10-year-old Kyran’s Clockc program that was skillfully coded with Python. The timer, alarm, work and rest, countdown and stopwatch functions help one's everyday life! This project won him 1st Place (Python) in the International Coding Showcase 2020.
ICS Student Feature: Dhanvin Mohan Ram, 11, Overall People's Choice Awards
Watch 11-year-old Dhanvin's roulette program that was coded with Python and explores Mathematical concepts! His project won him the Overall People's Choice Award in the International Coding Showcase 2020.
YCGH Student Feature: Wang Jun Min, 11, 3rd Place
Watch 11-year-old Jun Min's ‘Fight Covid-19’ game, which aims to educate people about Covid-19 and its measures in a fun and interactive way, complete with attractive graphics too! This project won him 3rd place in the Young Coders' Global Hackathon 2020.
ICS Student Feature: Ahmed Naufal, 8, Merit Award
Watch 8-year-old Ahmed Naufal's Star Wars Invaders shooting game, which uses advanced cloud variables. Ahmed was able to code this impressive game one month after learning Scratch with us! This project won him the Merit Award in the International Coding Showcase 2020.
ICS Student Feature: Wang Jun Wern, 7, Merit Award
Watch 7-year-old Wang Jun Wern present and explain how his exciting groceries list can help one's daily life. This impressive Scratch project won him the Merit Award in the International Coding Showcase 2020, and shows how much one can do with Scratch and an idea!
Coding Lab Student Feature: Sarah Go, 18, Scholarship Recipient (USA)
Coding Lab Student Feature: Leah, 11, Methodist Girls' School
Meet 11-year-old Leah. As champion at the code::XtremeApps:: (CXA) 2019 National Hackathon (Junior Category) organised by IMDA, she shares with us her coding journey so far – and how she intends to take it further.
Coding Lab Student Feature: Josephine, 14, Raffles Girls School
Meet our talented student, Josephine, 14. A member of her school's Infocomm club, she started with Coding Lab in 2017, where she was first introduced to Python programming. She has since progressed upward and can now count programming in C++ as another skill under her belt.
Coding Lab Student Feature: Ziv, 13, Zhonghua Secondary School
Meet 13-year-old Ziv. A creative and fast learner, he picked up coding when he was 11 and hasn't looked back since. He was part of a team that won the code::XtremeApps:: (CXA) 2019 Hackathon (Junior Category) by IMDA and was in the Top 10 Finalists of the Young Coders Global Hackathon 2020.
Coding Lab Student Feature: Alicia, 16, Nanyang Girls' High School
Meet Alicia. At 16 years old and with just two years of coding, she came up with the novel idea of a program that would allow drivers to check the availability of public carparks – and breathed life into it in just two hours during her Data Analytics class.
Coding Lab Student Feature: Surya, 14, Raffles Institution
Surya Nayar, 14, is no ordinary student. At his young age, he can count Python and C++ programming skills under his belt. This savvy student wrote his own stock rating algorithm after attending a Masterclass on Data Analytics with us.
Coding Lab Student Feature: Ian, 14, Hwa Chong Institution
Introducing Silver Plus, a facebook for the elderly created by our very own Ian, 14. The idea which was conceived and designed entirely by Ian, was to enable our elderly to engage with each other, make new friends, and even play games across their mobile phones.
Coding Lab Student Feature: Dylan, 12, NUS High
Meet Dylan, who was already programming in Python at the age of 11. An avid learner who has written solutions to problems that students typically encounter at the Pre-U level, he will be enrolling at NUS High in 2020.
Coding Lab Student Feature: Lauren Yeo, 14, Methodist Girls' School, (IB) Programme
Meet Lauren, the child music prodigy who, at the age of 9, sang at Carnegie Hall after winning 1st place at the American Protégé International Voice Competition in New York. Also a self-confessed Science nerd, and a member of her school Science Club and MENSA, Lauren is living proof that arts and science can go together.
Our student, Jake was featured in #ALittleSomebody, by Lianhe Zaobao 联合早报. Congratulations to Jake and his cute family! We are glad his brother liked the game. Doing our part to train up our young coders to become future leaders in technology!