Classes Every Week
2 hours per week
free trial class
In our program, kids learn technology
Open the door to limitless possibilities for your child with Coding. This valuable skill will instantly set them apart and give them an edge over their peers. As young innovators, they will enhance their creativity and problem-solving skills while boosting imagination. Find the perfect course here designed for ages 6 to 16 and empower your kid with 21st-century coding skills.
Learn new skills- Logic, Creativity, Communication, Critical Thinking
Sharpen your child's Intelligence, Emotional & Creative Quotients
Peer-to-peer learning at convenience of your home
Give a boost to your child's education
Start your Kid’s Coding Journey in 2 Easy Steps!
1. Choose your course
2. Learn From Live Classes
1. Playground - develop interest in learning (Aged 8-12)
* Suitable for Upper Primary & Lower Secondary
2. Gym - develop self-learning practices (Aged 13-17)
* Suitable for Lower & Upper Secondary
3. Field - develop personal goal (Aged 15-17)
* Suitable for Upper Secondary
Voon Chen Thong
2 Nov 2019
After my son was introduced to Arduino through Chumbaka's program, he started to create things. And that puts together his initial interest in creating and putting new ideas into practice.
Chumbaka teaches my child problem solving skills through programming.
26 Nov 2019
Celina Anak Stephen
2 Nov 2019
I think the Junior Innovate is a good program to increase their confidence level and it helps in their problem solving, thinking skills.
11 Nov 2019
Students start to want to solve problems around them with technology. Coding is no longer a topic they are afraid of and learning to share with their peers and others have dramatically developed.
Voon Sen Yu &
2 Nov 2019
We learn a lot about Arduino and coding. Besides that, we also learn that we have to divide our time properly so that we're able to finish the project in the limited time that we have. We also learn how to be brave enough to chase our dream like when inventing our game (project).
I really like helping people. And this competition (YIC) gave me a platform to do that. This time my project is to help the blind, but I’m hoping to be able to build other projects to help other disabled people.