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Our 3-5 day Tech Camp will take place @ Forestville Public School from 2-12 Oct 2018
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Parents said this...

We loved the variety and integration of your courses. They seemed to have a natural flow from one to the other and the kids were able to apply what they had learnt in one area to the next. Nexgen staff were highly attentive (to the kids) and had a great attitude. Overall - a really positive experience for my son. ~ Shanti Bedard. ~

Parents said this...

Our children attended the camp encouraged by both of us. As it turned out, they had a fantastic time! At the end of each day, they were bursting with stories about what they had learnt and were always excited to explain the day's activities. The workshops were informative, fun and highly interactive and the children loved it! ~ Luca & Janice Febbraio ~
A very well run and organised holiday camp. My son really enjoyed his week and loved coming home with a robot that he had programmed. We were very impressed with the skills the kids learnt. Coding is something all children should learn and Nexgen Codecamp was a great introduction to this! Thank you.
~ Leigh V ~
Thanks again for this amazing organisation and the kindness from all the people involved! My kids went for the 4 mornings and always told me that they could ask some help anytime :) They loved bringing back their own creation ( 3D, robotic) and my daughter who initially was not keen on coming was very happy to learn new things and be able to challenge herself !
~ Vanessa G ~
My son (nearly 13) did a 2 day Codecamp in the summer holidays and was thrilled with what he learned and achieved, while creating his game. Despite the very hot weather, he was super keen to go both days and learn more, he said the teachers were great, patient and really informative in a fun way. He'd love to do some more and take it to the next level. Thanks!
~ Catherine M ~

Students said this....

Pete and the team were very friendly and helpful and I was able to make a robot, do 3D printing and learnt lots of new things. I would like to do this again in the next school holidays.
~ Nivara, Yr5 ~
It was one of the best weeks I ever had because it taught a lot of things such as how to use Stencyl, Tupi, Sketchup and Arduino. I still use some of these applications with my computer !
~ Aurore, Yr5 ~
I had a great time and I discovered new programs that I did not know about. Also whenever I needed help or didn't understand something the teachers would kindly help me.
~ Tristan, Yr6 ~
It was great fun, the teachers were very helpful and I loved the Robotics!
~ Ben, Yr5 ~
Loads of fun, learnt lots of stuff, liked hanging out with my friends, would do it again.
~ Lachlan, Yr5 ~
it was super fun! I liked the robotics and animation best. The instructors were able to answer all my questions.
~ Rachel, Yr5 ~

Creative Kids Program

Nexgen Codecamp is a Registered Provider for the NSW Creative Kids Program. Claim your voucher for $100 for any of our programs

GAME FEST- April School Holidays

This April, we will be going back to our roots, coding games! Having had a blast with all kinds of Technology over the last 3 years, we thought it would be great to revisit the game coding landscape.

For those in Years 6+ Javascript & Phaser

We will be using the World's most popular coding language (Javascript) and the best Game framework out there at the moment (Phaser). Over 4 days we will design and build an arcade game, using animation & design techniques & coding skills - all under the watchful eye of our fantastic instructors.

This workshop is best suited to students who have done Codecamp before and built games in drag-and-drop environments and want to take the next step in their coding journey.

NOTE: For both workshops, we will be covering basic coding skills in the first day.

Workshop(s) length: 4 days

Our main purpose - to teach that learning can and should be fun!

Cost is $380 for a 4 day workshop with an additional $5/day for a laptop. Group discount (2 or more people) is a whopping 20%

Location: Forestville Public School STEAM Hub

Start/End times: 9:00am - 4:00pm

Nexgen Tech Meets

Nexgen Tech Meets are where the parents and children from the local community come together to learn. A 'community' could be a school, a church, a club or even a suburb. In Term 2 2018, we held our first Tech Meet series at St Luke's Junior School in Dee Why on the Northern Beaches. This was received very well and we are now looking forward to holding more in 2019 and beyond.

Tech Meets are for both children and parents. The emphasis is on spending quality time with your son/daughter, whilst encouraging the children to take responsibility for their own learning. They normally run for 1.5 hours in the evening, from 6pm-7:30pm - giving time for parents to come home from work a bit earlier and time to grab some dinner before the start.

Our next Tech Meet will be in Term 2 @ Forestville Public School starting in week 4

BOOK Your place at the next Tech Meet TODAY

Alternatively, email us if you would like to host a Tech Meet at your school or community centre:

The Otto Bot

Schools IoT/Robotics Challenge

Highlights of our Internet of Things/Robotics competition, held at Microsoft in Sydney last October. 5 High Schools from Sydney, Australia competed. Meriden Girls High School took out first prize. Technology on display was: Arduino, Microsoft Azure, PowerBI, Raspberrry Pi, Linux, Bluetooth, SSH, Software integration, Basic AI.

The event was a great success and we look forward to the next one.

The Nexgen Elite-IT Programme

Following the success of our IoT/Robotics event at Microsoft in Oct 2018, Nexgen are pleased to announce our 'Elite-IT Programme' for High School students in Years: 7+. The programme supports & extends the Australian Digital Curriculum and outcomes are mapped to the (NEW) NESA Technology Mandatory Curriculum.


  • Students are given a FREE mini-pc (purchased for $1k)
  • The programme extends the NESA & ADC Curriculum
  • Javascript/Python/PowerPoint Microsoft Cerfitications available to students
  • Program is supported by Prodigy Learning & Microsoft

The programme will run as an extracurricular activity with typically 2 extra hours of study per week required. Sessions will typically be weekly - some online. Kickoff of the first cohort of students will be the start of Term 2 2019.

Parents will be able to use their NSW Creative Kids Voucher as Nexgen is a registered Creative Kids Provider. If you would like to book your son/daughter into the Elite-IT Programme starting in Term 2 in Forestville/Killarney Heights, click the link below:


Alternatively.... if you simply want to find out more information, please email us using the form below:

Nexgen Elite IT Programme for High Schools

About Us

Our Instructors

Our instructors are either professional software developers, designers, hardware engineers or animators, each with a number of years of industry experience in technology and education. We believe this gives us an edge as they are able to bring relevant, anecdotal knowledge to the workshops they instruct. All of our instructors have up to date working with children checks. The WWCC numbers are available on request.

Luke Stevenson is an Instructor and Freelance Full Stack Web Developer/Consultant. Luke enjoys solving problems using software and systems, and developing tools and websites which are used in the day-to-day lives of tens of thousands of people.

Luke Stephenson

Kai Connell is an Instructor. He graduated University in 2015, after which he found his first job at Nexgen Codecamp. Currently Kai aids in the creation of games for different workshops and enjoys finding different possibilities to approach the same problem.

Kai Connell

Adam Karas is an instructor and full time university student. He has had a passion for computers and coding since he was young, and hopes to drive others to crave knowledge and think in a critical manner through his recently discovered joy of teaching.

Adam Karas

Victor Kuo is a robotics instructor, currently studying engineering with science. He enjoys sharing his knowledge and understanding with others to help them grow and discover where their own passions lie. He has a strong interest in innovation and loves creating ideas as they come to him. He is particularly good at simplifying complex concepts and enjoys challenging himself to create new gadgets where he sees something could be improved.

Victor Kuo

Justin Mclean has more than 25 years experience in developing web based applications and is involved in the open source hardware movement. He has spoken at numerous conferences in Australia and overseas. He iss active in various Apache projects, VP of Apache Mynewt and mentor for a number of other projects. He's also co-author of a book on Android mobile development and runs the IoT (internet of things) meetup in Sydney.

Justin Mclean

Jeremy Nagel is an instructor who wishes he was born five hundred years ago so he could be a pirate. When he's not reading novels about privateers, he works as a software engineer for Cozero - an energy technology company that offer smarter energy options to business.

Jeremy Nagel

Thomas Manson is a consultant for Microsoft and has worked as a professional software engineer for many years, building a wide range of applications and web sites along the way. He has a passion for building things that people love to use, and is inspired to share this with others.

Thomas Manson

Malcolm is a robotics instructor. He has over 30 years experience in the electronics and IT industries. Currently he is a Network Broadcast Engineer for a Satellite communications company. He develops electronic projects for Scouts and also for fun. He enjoys showing what is possible with electronics and robotics to young minds to help them develop their STEM knowledge and abilities.

Malcolm Faed

The Rest of Us

Pete Januarius is a Co founder and Head of Engineering at Nexgen Codecamp. He is a Frontend Web and iOS Developer. Pete loves to inspire others to 'get into' code and really believes that it isn't that hard!.

Pete Januarius

Stephen Little is a Co founder and Head of Education. He is a Graphic Designer and a High School Art and Design teacher. He is on a mission to get people excited about art in games and explore the blurring lines between traditional and digital art and design.

Stephen Little