Revisiting the Coder’s Code

Oct 19, 2017 5:00:17 AM / by Team Hatch

In addition to teaching kids skills that will last them a lifetime, Hatch coding camps teach campers how to have fun, be independent and be respectful. These invaluable skills – along with coding – will help give them self-confidence and set them up to succeed in the digital world of the future.

Here's a video we shot last year featuring Hatch campers quoting our code of ethics – The Coder’s Code!

I come here to learn, and I come here to teach.

 

I come here to create, have fun, and be awesome!

 

Everyone I meet here, gets my complete respect.

 

I show respect in how I speak, how I act, and how I treat the space – the people in it and myself.

 

When I mess up, I own it. I take personal responsibility for my words and actions.

 

I cooperate because that's a big part of having fun. Helping means we all achieve greater success.

 

I am kind. I am courteous and thoughtful. I treat other people the way I want to be treated.

 

I work and play safely, but when it comes to code I take risks – because I am a coder.

 

I come here to learn, and I come here to teach.

 

I come here to create, have fun, and be awesome!


By abiding by these simple, common sense rules – whether spoken or unspoken – we believe our campers will be empowered to succeed both at Hatch and in their everyday lives.

Want to get your child involved in the exciting world of coding and programming? It’s so simple to start. Read about our amazing camps today, and email us at hatch@hatchcanada.com with any questions!

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