Code Mobile group came yesterday to teach some grade 4s and 5s about coding.
Code Mobile is a non-profit government organization that provides free coding workshops to children and teens across Montreal. Their aim is to get young learners excited about coding and to develop knowledge of technology, particularly in elementary-aged youth and girls.
Our students had an amazing time yesterday using Scratch Coding Software to learn about programming algorithms and to create digital and interactive artwork.
The Scratch software is available for free online and many students went home yesterday night to continue working with the software.
Thank you to Jayne Mandat and Rosana Montoute for providing each student with their own Macbook Pro to use and for guiding the Code Mobile workshop.
Dare to Care will be presenting to the whole school this month. They educate students and staff about bullying prevention. For more information visit: https://www.daretocare.ca.
Grade 5 had Dare to Care today. It was an amazing day!
We’re so proud of our mathletes! We won three silver ribbons, and a gold! We finished first overall! Well done guys! We want to give Ms Coinner and Mme Black a huge thank you!