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In this section, you will find answers to the most commonly asked questions about our programs, including pricing, curriculum, schedules, and more. If you don't find the answer you're looking for, please don't hesitate to contact us and we'll be happy to help
We provide tailored coding programs for kids aged 6 to 17 years of age.
We offer courses in Creative Computing with Scratch, Game Development with Python, and Web Development with HTML/CSS.
Our classes are online, so students will need a decent laptop and a stable internet connection to participate.
We have structured enrolment periods for our weekend coding classes and holiday coding bootcamps. However, we do offer online private lessons, which can be booked at any time during the year to ensure that your child continues to learn coding.
A refund is possible only when digikids is informed dissatisfaction with a class by the third session. The refund, limited to 70% of total tuition fees, will cover the remaining classes. This measure is taken to prevent misuse and abuse.
If you miss a class, we offer a makeup session. We provide access to resources and course materials so students can continue learning outside of class.
If you wish to switch to a different course, please contact us and we will do our best to accommodate your request. However, please note that switching courses may not always be possible due to availability and scheduling constraints.
For privacy and security reasons, no one other than the kids and Digikids tutors are allowed in the classes
Upon successfully completing each course and/or module, you will be awarded a professional certificate of completion as well as an individual performance report. Additionally, in recognition of outstanding performance in a particular discipline, you may receive a certificate of merit.
We accept payments via M-Pesa, bank transfer, and credit/debit card.
Yes, payment for each term of classes is due on or before the first day of the term.
Yes, we offer discounts for early-bird registration, referrals, and for siblings enrolling in the same class.