Developing computational thinking and making as a national capability

Code@SG aims to develop computational thinking and making skills through schools and community. Find out more about how your school can leverage various programmes, and how you can also try your hands at coding and digital making with technology at the community.

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Code for Fun

Code for Fun Enrichment Programme aims to increase primary and secondary school students’ exposure to computational thinking and making.

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Digital Maker Programme

Digital Maker programme aims to cultivate a community of innovators, imbued with the culture of collaboration and co-creation, to solve real-world problems.

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ICM Learning Roadmap

A structured training framework for Infocomm Media Club members to acquire specialised skills in Tech and Media domains.

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National Infocomm Competition

The National Infocomm Competition (NIC) is a series of infocomm-themed competitions to expose students to areas such as robotics, artificial intelligence, data science and mobile application development.

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PlayMaker

PlayMaker aims to inspire young children to play and make with technology, sparking imagination and building creative confidence.

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PIXEL Labs@NLB

PIXEL Labs @ NLB aims to ignite passion for innovative thinking and experimentation by encouraging passionate individuals to get hands on with technology such as microcontroller-based prototyping and 3D modelling/printing.

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Student Development

Student Development programme aims to provide opportunities for students with talent and interest to be stretched further in their knowledge and application of infocomm media skills and develop their individual portfolios.

Last updated on: 31 May 2019