We believe that every student should be exposed to coding in cross-curricular ways from K-12. 


Challenging students with multifaceted opportunities to experiment, create, and analyze can be done through integrating code in everything from art & crafts to robot & rockets.  Knowledge gained through these means helps to prepare students for the 21st century. 


Here you will find learning tools, information on code camps and competitions

Providing students with authentic hands on coding activities is essential to empowering global competency skills.  Let's connect to help you integrate coding projects into your curriculum.

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Learn Python with PixelPad!

Atlantic Canadian Teachers can sign up their classes for free and help them learn Python with our partners at  Learn Python while working on developing your own games and solving some Brilliant Labs related puzzles!


Learn to code your Micro:bit and upcoming b.Board with our custom Integrated Development Environment (IDE) which is currently in development.  We encourage you to report any bugs or make any suggestions you feel can better your coding experience!


Class Code Camp

Code Camp what an excellent end of year school trip!  Students will have fun learning and will be inspired to code through hands on activities with the newest technologies, while teachers learn the best ways to integrate coding in their classroom through engaging cross curricular methods.


Summer Code Camps

Thanks to our community and municipal partners we offer free public tech camps to youth K-12 throughout Atlantic Canada July-August.

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Scratch Competition

The 6th annual Scratch Coding Competition is coming this spring.  Get ready to share your coding chops. 

Build A Smart Home

Design and build a working model smart home in 2.5 hours to help raise funds for the SPCA. Team sponsorships are available. 


NB High School Robotics Competition

Simonds High School will once again host the Annual Provincial High School SumoBot Championship on April 23, 2019.

First Lego League (FLL) 

Recruiting teams for the FLL Fall 2019 competition contact us to find out more and how to get involved.