Die Terra Nova Bilingual School ist auch nach den regulären Unterrichtszeiten für ihre Schülerinnen und Schüler da. Ein wechselndes Angebot an Freizeitkursen nach dem Unterricht ermöglicht es den Kindern und Jugendlichen speziellen Interessen und Begabungen nachzugehen.

Ab der 1. Klasse bieten wir 2- bis 3-mal pro Woche die Möglichkeit einer Hausaufgabenhilfe. Unter Aufsicht einer Lehrperson der Terra Nova können die Kinder lernen und in einer ruhigen Atmosphäre ihre Aufgaben lösen und sich auf Prüfungen vorbereiten. Bei Bedarf erhalten sie Unterstützung.
Lade Veranstaltungen

Beschreibung / Description

As technology becomes more prevalent in our lives, coding is becoming a valuable if not necessary 21st century skill, revolutionizing every aspect of today’s world – think self-driving cars, robot-assisted surgery, social media, banking, the environment, and more.
Coding empowers kids of all ages to become makers of technology by tapping into their ability to bring their imagination to life.
Kids and teens who code excel at school in math and science, even reading, while developing a skill that will prepare them for future job opportunities.

Students will use a series of learning platforms to understand any apply fundamental concepts such as sequencing, abstraction, repetition, conditional statements, loops, and functions, while building their own digital games and animations.

Lego Robotics: Design a Smart City of the future (3rd to 6th class)

During the LEGO Robotics Club portion of the club, students will design, build, and code a smart city of the future. The main challenges that they will face will be ecology, life safety, modern buildings and effective use of natural resources. They will create the robots that help to make cities more comfortable, cleaner, and safer for their inhabitants.
Every week will bring a unique model to life using the LEGO Spike Prime toolbox which will then be programmed using the Scratch 3.0 coding language.

Kursleitung / Course Instructor

TechSpark Academy are a leading provider of digital technology education in Switzerland. Our mission is to allow students to gain critical insights into how the digital world is conceived and developed. We bring our courses to life by working with young and inspiring ETHZ students as instructors. Join our coding clubs and discover what your child can create with the power of code.

Little Scientists ( is a non-profit organization based in Kanton Zürich focused on offering Science Technology Engineering (Art) Maths (STE(A)M) education by inspiring and empowering children aged 3 to 19.

At the core of our mission is a belief that an understanding and passion of STEAM is critical to creating the next generation of engaged learners who can change the world.
We bring our courses to life by working with young and inspiring ETH or UZH students (Bachelor, Master, or PhD) as instructors coordinated and supervised by our lead teachers.