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In this day and age, knowing how to code isn’t just for software engineers and developers. Sure, if you want to land a career in those fields, having a wealth of experience is key (and definitely requires more than one online class).

But for everyone else, there are plenty of reasons you should learn to code, too. For example, it can teach you enough to mock up a very basic website design or an app you have an idea for (meaning your dream career might be in reach). Or, in certain industries, it can impress the hiring manager—even if it’s not a part of your job. It not only shows that you understand current trends, but also that you might be able to pitch in on bigger projects.

And did we mention that if we want to set our children up for academic success, every child should learn to code. Coding for kids not only helps improve their mathematics and writing skills but also gives them valuable skills in life and eventually in the workforce. The early children learn to code, the better their chance at success.

We’ve convinced you, haven’t we? Good, because these 3 month classes are truly worth your time. So what are you waiting for, enrol now and make yourselves and your children future ready!

What is Coding and why should you learn it?

Coding is just another name for computer programming. In simple words, it is the process by which one designs and builds an executable computer program for completing a particular computing task. So coding is something which enables us to make computer software, apps and websites. Our internet browser, the OS of our computers/ laptops/ phones, the apps on our phones, Facebook, and all the other websites and apps; they’re all created with code. A coding language is a vocabulary and set of grammatical rules for instructing a computer or computing device to carry out specific tasks.

There is no age limit on learning how to code, some of the positive aspects are:

  • Educational benefits

  • Visual and Hands-on learning experience

  • It improves creativity and curiosity of the child.

  • The increasing demand.

  • Versatility ( the more skills you have the better)

  • Future prospects

Why Python?

  • Python is easy to learn, compared to any other programming languages.

  • Python is simple.

  • Python is used for prototyping.

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About the Teacher

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Umm Hurairah

She has a bachelor’s degree in Information Science and Engineering. She has been coding for 8 years now. She has knowledge about various programming aspects. She is also learning Classical Arabic and other Islamic Sciences. She has tutored people of different age groups.

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About the course


is a computer programming language.

It is constructed using simple characters and words, which makes it easy to understand.

It is a short 3 months course commencing from December 1 2020,

for anyone (girls and women) who are above the age of eight and wants to code.

This course aims to provide you with the basic knowledge of PYTHON programming language and help you to code using it.

Basic Requirements:

  • Desktop/ Laptop

  • Operating system : Windows7 or higher version

  • Download and Install Python software, which is compatible with your system.

  • Python version: python 3.7 or above.

  • To download click here

Topics Covered:

  • Introduction to Python

  • Operators and Variables

  • Strings, Lists, Tuples and Maps

  • If and Else and Loops

  • Reusable code

  • Turtle Module

  • Activities and Games


35 SAR per month

Course Schedule: 

It has 4 sessions in a week.

Session duration will be 40 mins each.


Monday to Thursday


7:00 AM Makkah Time

Admissions Closed

Admissions are closed now. Limited seats only. You can enroll for next batch,
announcement will be made when the admissions re-open.
Stay tuned..

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