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Holiday Programmes

Our April 2024 holiday programme timetable is up! Start your booking below!


Keep an eye out & make sure you are subscribed to our mailing list, to be the first to know about new programmes & events in your area - we will be adding activities up to April 12th 2024.

Don't forget to check out our Term 2 2024 after-school classes too!

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January 2024 School Holiday Timetable!

Important Notes

Topics, equipment, locations, and duration of courses can be found on individual listings, but if in doubt, reach out to our friendly team -

Please read BYOD requirements for all courses in the booking notes, and follow instructions to borrow / hire a device from us.

Please read our T&Cs - cancellation policies apply.

Sat 13th April
Sun 14th April
Mon 15th April
Tues 16th April
Wed 17th April
Thurs 18th April
Friday 19th April
Sat 20th April
Sun 21st April
Mon 22nd April
Tues 23rd April
Wed 24th April
Thurs 25th April
Fri 26th Jan
Sat 27th Jan
Sun 28th Jan

STEM for girls

Central Auckland

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Course Overviews


Our most popular course! During this coding course students will experiment with our most popular programming activities to learn about the different ways we can use coding. From controlling game characters, to creating their own unique animations - with coding, kids can do it all.


In this course students will work independently, in partners, and as a team to complete engineering feats!


We'll test engineering and building theories and create structures to withstand different challenges throughout the day. This course will push students creativity, problem solving, and without a doubt resilience.


Love animals? Know a lot about them? We'll take a closer look!


From viewing live Zoo cams, to class research projects, we'll teach students about the amazing animal kingdom. We'll even incorporate coding into our day of learning to see how animals can work together to complete challenges.



In this course you'll explore the technical and creative world of stop motion to create your own animated short film!

We'll create backgrounds, and props, add voice overs, and learn editing techniques.

Stop Motion

3D Printing

Learning to design and produce our own 3D prints, looking at CAD software, different types of printers (plastic, metal, biological material), and the future of this new technology.

Our robotics courses will introduce students to a variety of different robots that they'll learn to build, modify, control, and write code.

We'll work with three different sets of robots throughout the day to learn about sensors, inputs, outputs, and interactivity.



In this course, students will use coding and design to create a series of their own animations!


We'll work through a variety of online activities teaching students about different software and techniques to create crazy cartoons.


In this course we'll introduce Minecraft newbies to all the amazing features of this highly creative and detailed game.

We'll learn about the different game modes, how to survive a night with found and crafted resources, and of course how to create incredible buildings, and infrastructure for use in game play.

Experts will explore commands & redstone.


In this course we'll take part in brain boggling biology experiments!


We'll learn about what the word biology means, what it looks like out in the world, and how we can become biologists in the classroom.


A practical course for curious learners who love making predictions and getting stuck in to test them

Science, technology, engineering, (art), and maths explored, we'll take on mind-boggling challenges to learn more about these important topics and how they work together in our world.

This course changes frequently we could be creating our own drawbot, building a mechanical claw, pulling apart a computer, or more!



We'll introduce our students to electronics through coding, robotics, and science. We'll work with robots and microcontrollers to learn how our technical world works.


We'll explore sensors, use hobby motors, and explore conductivity through making our own game controllers.

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