The Codeathlon is a coding competition in which all Codelearn students up to 18 years can participate. The competition is divided into three leagues (Golden, Silver and Bronze) and the participating clans, made up of a maximum of six students, can upgrade or downgrade for the next edition according to their performance. Every clan’s mission is to face other clans and overcome different coding challenges on the Codelearn online platform.
All extracurricular activities have a positive impact on the social and cognitive development of children, but there are many different activities and the most important thing is to choose one thanks to which children enjoy and have fun while working on skills that can go further on what they learn at school. In this sense, coding and robotics programs are a cognitive activity in which children learn transferable skills and also work on one of the most important technical skills for their future: programming.
Unlike other technological activities, Codelearn do not focus on a single program or programming language, which will sooner or later become obsolete, but we want children and adolescents to acquire skills and abilities that will last a lifetime. The curriculum follows a logical order and has been designed by various experts in both technology and education.
Once again, being a Codelearn student is rewarded! Every year we celebrate a September Raffle: we give all our students a number and they can also get extra numbers and more chances to win according to the school years they have been learning to code with Codelearn.
Codelearn centers are closed on August, but you can still learn in the online platform and work on your coding skills. We know you might need some motivation to keep doing coding exercises, so every year we give you a good reason to do so: get one the highest scores and win a prize!