An exclusive coding club for ambitious young kids!
Learn by Building Cool Stuff!
An innovative learning experience!
Project Based Learning Pedagogy.
Where kids become innovators!
An innovative learning experience where kids form teams, build cool stuff & learn in the process.
A learning experience like no other!
96% of our students rate our club as 5/5
What We Do
Today, most coding classes try to bring the traditional education model to teaching kids coding. This approach is akin to teaching a kid to play cricket by making a kid read a bunch of books/ lessons, and it doesn't work like that. The fact is coding & computational thinking are skills that are best learnt by trying to build something.
So rather than spoon-feeding the kids, we want to make them think, problem-solve and innovate from the ground up. We are here to create the next generation of innovators. We have built a community of ambitious kids who do precisely that. Join our club to cultivate an innovator's mindset in your child!
How does it work?
Any programmer will tell you that building things is the best way to learn to code. That's exactly what kids do at Supernova: Build, Learn, Repeat!
Kids form teams & come up with cool project ideas.
They think, problem solve & code to bring their ideas to life.
Passionate facilitators guide them with their building process.
Kids transform into innovators while having a blast.
A Club where kids Build, Learn & Repeat. Together.
Frequently asked questions
Learning to code also sets your child up for potentially lucrative career opportunities, but it offers children so much more than that. Coding nurtures creativity, enables computational thinking, and promotes learning by doing; All the principles we abide by! And yes, it is not only okay but important to teach coding to kids at a young age.
Coding based on PBL has many benefits, ranging from professional scale to general mental development. Besides coding being in-demand job expertise, computational thinking and problem solving are the most sought-after skills in the 21st century, irrespective of the job they pick.
Absolutely yes. In fact learning to program by going to a traditional class is absurd as the most significant skill set of a programmer is self-learning. So learning by building & figuring things out is not only beneficial, it's essential!
Project Based Learning is a more rigorous and extensive way to learn compared to a typical “project” or ”hands-on activity” that adults may remember from school.
In PBL, the project is not just a lesson or an activity done after a unit of instruction; it is the unit. PBL is not the ”dessert”—it is the “main course,” the primary way for students to learn targeted academic content and skills.
PBL has many positive results for students. It increases student engagement and motivation, improve retention of content knowledge, provide students with real-world applications of learning, and build success skills such as critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, collaboration, and creativity.
No, there is a selection process for the club right now. Our selection process aims to assess a kid's passion, motivation levels & ability to collaborate to ensure the best learning environment.
We accept kids between 8-17 after they get through the selection process.
Club membership starts at Rs.3000 per month.
Meet The Founders.
Learn to innovate from people who do that for a living!
Ex Swiggy, Vedanta, Go-Zefo
I have built systems, apps & other software products for top companies like Swiggy, Vedantu & Zefo. From these experiences, I can confidently say that the current education system doesn't prepare kids for the real world. So at Supernova, we are re-inventing education for the 21st century.
Ex - Medlife, Cleartax
First principled thinking & the courage to go after any problem are key traits that make kids successful when they grow up. With Supernova we hope to get kids comfortable with 21st century skills like critical thinking, problem-solving & coding via an innovative project based learning pedagogy.
Founder - Myra, Lounge, Colorbay
I'm the cofounder and CTO of Myra and VP Engineering at Medlife. A large part of being a founder is learning to deal with the unexpected and to solve any problem that arises, even when you don't have any prior experience with it. This skill isn't being taught in schools and people are exposed to it when they enter the workforce. At Supernova, we hope to simulate such situations so that children get familiar with dealing with the unknown.