Logiscool Romania summer camps include outdoor activities with robot programming sessions

Deniza Cristian 16/06/2022 | 12:16

Outdoor activities are an important part of the Logiscool Romania 2022 summer camp curriculum, especially after the last few years when interactions have taken place mainly online.


The programming school for children and teenagers aged 6 to 17 has opened registration for the summer camps, for those who want to learn how to create and program robots, explore programming languages and edit photo-video content. Kids will also learn how to create custom games using different game design tools and concepts and, using their own ideas, create unique content as creatively as possible.

Registration is now open for this summer’s edition, which will run from 13 June to 1 September, with programs available in all 58 Logiscool locations across the country. As well as tailoring programs to suit learners’ interests, this summer’s camps will welcome children and teenagers with a range of outdoor activities, to facilitate interaction and encourage the development of new skills, both social and practical. So far, Logiscool Romania’s summer camps have benefited over 10,000 children and teenagers.

”Logiscool Romania is constantly developing new educational themes and constantly adapts its summer programs curriculum (coding languages, robotics, digital creativity) according to the needs of the participants. This summer we focus on outdoor activities in our curriculum, which are meant to develop students’ soft skills. Thus, by participating in the Logiscool Romania summer programs, children and teenagers have the opportunity to learn both hard skills, such as creating and programming robots, thinking custom games, and editing photo-video content, and soft skills, through outdoor socialization and self-discovery activities”, says Indira Abdulvoap, Logiscool Romania.

Logiscool summer camps come with news for kids and teenagers passionate about programming

This year’s Logiscool summer camps include the updated LEGO WeDo Future and Minecraft City of Heroes workshops, where kids and teenagers will learn about space exploration through hands-on projects and will be instructed to create and program their own robots to become vehicles for exploring the planets.

Children’s logic skills will be developed by creating different functional Roblox game modes and creating their custom games, thus learning the Lua programming language, during the Roblox „Hacker” camp. To practice children’s algorithmic thinking, parents can sign their children up for LEGO SPIKE Adventures. Photography enthusiasts can further explore and create unique photo-video content with their mobile phone camera at the Smartphone Photo and Video Camp.

Logiscool summer camps are organized over one or several days, depending on the activities chosen, but there is also the option of half-day digital modules for those who prefer this mode of exploration.

Earlier this year, Logiscool received recognition from one of the most prestigious international education certification institutions – Education Alliance Finland (EAF) – for the quality of its learning solutions. This certificate comes after a comprehensive evaluation process and confirms the quality of Logiscool’s curriculum and the effectiveness of the educational platform offered. In addition, the EAF certification demonstrates that Logiscool provides digital and creative skills training through programming and robotics courses, both in group and individual activities.

In Romania, Logiscool is now present with 58 programming schools in almost 40 cities, where children and teenagers develop skills for the future and train as future professionals ready for the needs of the labor market, through the modular structure of the curriculum, courses, creative workshops, and summer camps. Logiscool intends to end this year with 72 programming schools in Romania.

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