Programming Summer School

Computer programming code runs the world and programming jobs are ranked as the top jobs in almost every industry. Our aim is to inspire participants to become the next generation of web, games and mobile developers and ignite a passion for the creation of new innovative technologies that will prepare students for life beyond secondary school and university.

Our programmes cater for teenagers from ages 13 to 18 and kids from 8 to 12 with the option to enroll for 1 or 2 weeks course. At the end of the courses, participants would have developed the skills to enable them create their own apps, web application and games using languages such as Java, C# and applications such as unity, eclipse, Android studio etc.

Don't just play on your Phone, Program it!


Leaving and Junior certificate qualification? we have it all covered!

Tap into our wealth of online resources, prepared by highly experienced teachers and our live online training

The Leaving Certificate Examinations (Irish: Scrúduithe na hArdteistiméireachta), commonly referred to as the Leaving Cert (Irish: Ardteist), is the final examination in the Irish secondary school system. It takes a minimum of two years preparation, but an optional Transition Year means that for those students it takes place three years after the Junior Certificate Examination. These years are referred to collectively as "The Senior Cycle." Most students taking the examination are aged 16–20; in excess of eighty percent of this group undertake the exam.


A Level and IGCSE

A level qualifications are considered the gold standard for academic achievement. They equip students, generally aged 15-19, with the knowledge and skills to realise their ambitions and open doors to the most prestigious universities worldwide – including Oxford, Cambridge and Harvard. Edexcel GCE A levels inspire minds and are among the most widely known and respected qualifications in the world. They follow the UK syllabus and there are over 30 subjects to choose from.

A level and IGCSE