For many years, the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab, led by Mitch Resnick, has been developing new technologies, activities, and environments (such as Scratch and Computer Clubhouses) to engage all children, from all backgrounds, in creative learning experiences.
Learning Creative Learning (LCL) is their effort to connect and share ideas with people around the world with similar goals, visions, and values. It is an opportunity for like-minded educators and learners to meet one another and share ideas, strategies, and practical tips on how to support creative learning.


Project Curiosity Coding Workshop

Under our Project Curiosity initiative, we work with our partnering schools, NGOs and companies to offer on-site or off-site Coding Workshops.

We host regular STEM/Coding educational activities for teachers or social workers under our Train-the-Teacher Workshop and students from partnering schools, and kid members from our partnering non-government organization (NGOs) to promote computer science-related skills for children from age of 8 to 15.



Workshops & Events Organised

2022 August Code4Future Event with HKFYG

Organised and sponsored by Manulife, and partnered with Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups – Jockey Club Tin Yuet Youth S.P.O.T.. Code 4 Future was a great success! 19 kids from Tin Shui Wai joined the event with 20+ Volunteers. The kids were really engaged throughout the event.



2021 December Code4Future Corporate Family Coding Day

After two years of Covid social distancing limitation, we are delighted to be selected as the strategic partner with a corporate sponsor to rollout their first Staff Family Coding Workshop during this year’s Global Hour of Code event!

2019 July – December Raspberry & Scratch Coding Workshop for Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs Association of Hong Kong

We are delighted to be selected again to be one of the BGCA’s STEM/Coding partners and suppliers.


Services covered:

  • supplier of Raspberry Pi computer equipment and Scratch teaching material
  • coding language covered: Scratch
  • Use Scratch to programme to learn Beginner Level concept of coding skill

2019 April STEM/Coding Workshop of TWGHs Lee Ching Dea Memorial College

We are delighted to be selected again to be one of the TWGHs Lee Ching Dea Memorial College’s STEM/Coding partners and suppliers.

Topics covered:

  • the understanding of basic hardware and software of a computer
  • coding language covered: Scratch & Python
  • Use Scratch and Python to programme physical computer device using Raspberry Pi Sense HAT and Camera Module

2019 April Outdoor Free STEM/Coding Activities for PeaceBox

Providing 400+ participating kids and families with the opportunity to learn more about computer and coding using Qi Computer Starter Kit.

Topics covered:

  • unplugged coding concept
  • Scratch

2019 Q1 Workshop for Friends of SSCPS Members

Class A: Beginner Coding for the students from P2-4

Concepts to be covered:

Cost/Student: HK$1200

  • 90 min X 4 lessons (HK$300/Lesson)

Class B: Intermediate Coding for the students from P4-6

Concepts to be covered:

Cost/Student: HK$2388

  • 90 min X 4 lessons (HK$400/Lesson)
  • Qi Computer Starter Kit Plus (HK$788, Sense HAT & Camera Module not included)

2018 May 12 Global Scratch Day – Project Curiosity X WebOrganic


The event was designed for children between age 8 to 12. It was run for a 1-hour session on guided Scratch coding exercise.  Attending children learnt how to create their own games, animations, and interactive stories using the Scratch Coding Cards.



2018 Apr 20 to May 18 – Project Curiosity X Playtao Raspberry Jam for Lok Sin Tong Lau Tak Primary School

  • 5 weekly after class coding class to cover the topics of introduction to computer hardware using Raspberry Pi, basic coding using Hour-of-Code by and  Scratch by MIT, and physical computing using Raspberry Pi Sense HAT


2018 Mar 24 – Online and Unplug Coding Booth in Peace Box Event

  • 3 hours of fun and free coding activities by 250+ very smart girls and boys together with their parent
  • 1546 lines of code were written and many more learn about problem-solving and logical thinking skill that is central to coding using unplugged coding game

2017 Dec 9 – Hour of Code X Raspberry Jam

  • 4 one-hour sessions from 10 am – 4 pm
  • Our team and volunteering kids encouraged and facilitated the participation of the kids and their parents to learn more about computing and to take part of  the global Hour of Code event using much fun and interesting coding and physical computing activities based on familiar cartoon characters from, creation of e-Christmas Card using Scratch developed by MIT, and Sense Hat programming and motor control using Raspberry Pi computer platform
  • 22 children and parents attended, 2340 lines of code created

The Hour of Code™ is a global initiative by Computer Science Education Week and to introduce millions of students to one hour of computer science and computer programming.

Raspberry Pi is a trademark of the Raspberry Pi Foundation.