This fun and exciting course generates a passion for learning the Coding language, Python. Learn how to build structures, create games and manipulate the world of Minecraft through the power of code.

Comprising of 4 Levels, each level takes 6 weeks (or 2 full days) and builds on the skills developed in the previous level. Have your child complete just the one level or go on to become a master this whole course by completing all 4.

For more information about this course and what each level comprises of, please see below.

  • Level 201
    Introducing the basic concepts of Python coding in Minecraft through fun and easy to learn tasks. This course will have them creating basic games, build bridges and change worlds through the language of Python.
  • Level 202
    This level is for those who have completed the level 1 course and is designed to extend their skills further by building on their previous knowledge. Here we continue  to gain a deeper understanding of how the Python code can manipulate the Minecraft world. We will cover how to utilise more of the Minecraft modules to import images, generate amazing 3D objects and complex buildings, in to their very own Minecraft world.
  • Level 203
    The 3rd part of our Hacking Minecraft course, this level is designed for those who have completed the previous 2 parts of this course. As we build on the skills and knowledge gained so far, we dive further in to Python code with new challenges such as teleportation, games, interactive dance floors and creating forests at the push of a button just to name a few.
  • Level 204
    The final part of the Hacking Minecraft levels, has your child pushing the boundaries of what they have learnt so far. They will be coding things from stair cases and pyramids right through to cities filled with houses and interactive haunted mansions. An exciting way in which to wrap up and display what they have learnt throughout the levels.


Suitable for ages 8+, and kids that have done some Coding before.


This course requires some previous knowledge of Coding.

What to bring

Lunch (if attending the full day course), Snacks (no nuts please), and a drink.


We provide all the equipment require for this course, yet if you have your own laptop (or raspberry pi) you would your child to use you can send that along.


At the successful conclusion of the 4 courses your child should have a good grasp on the basics of the coding language Python and how it can manipulate the world of Minecraft. This then leads perfectly in to the next course of learning the language, Python, in a more pure form. If from this your child has more of an interest in the games side of coding they would then be suited to move across to our Game Design courses.