Questions and answers of the customers
Q Goodmorning, I'm planning to enroll my 15-year old for two residential summer camp at Wycomb Abbey. We would opt for Teen Coding Pyton and Teen Games Building, but I'm wondering if there is any overlapping between the two courses and if not whether it would be preferrable to take one before the other or viceversa. Also can you provide information about the accomodation? In particular are the children going to stay in single or double rooms? Thank you and kind regards, WandaA All programming courses will have some common themes but the two courses offered are different enough to be worth doing both. We would recommend taking the Teen Games Building course first which will cover Java and some specific features of Python that relate to the game project. The following week with the Teen Coding with Python course will greatly extend what was learnt and give a much broader view of how Python works and what it can do. The accommodation is part of the Wycombe Abbey campus and all students will be staying in the same building and sleep in rooms of 2-4 students.
Q Are the courses residential ? Can kids stay overnight ? What are the conditions for resident students ?A Yes this course is Residential and the students stay at Wycombe Abbey in Buckinghamshire. The kids stay for the week (from Sunday-Fr/Sat) and the camp price includes the course, accommodation and all meals. Students must be between 12 and 17 years of age, please call us on +442071934002 if you have any further questions!
A Yes your son can attend our residential camps for 2-3 weeks in a row however we would advise he does a different course each week so that he is not repeating the same content. Please call us on +442071934002 if you have any further questions or direct them to firstname.lastname@example.org