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International Coding School for Kids & Teens, now available at our Center in Petaling Jaya and Online!


These are universal skills, which are neglected by the educational system in the school program. They help to understand any subject of the exact sciences or humanities.
The creation of projects allows children to see how they can use the knowledge received to carry out their own projects. They also develop problem solving skills.
Logical Thinking Skills
Project Based Thinking & Problem Solving Skills
What Children Will Learn
Coding is the most demanded profession of the 21st century. Even if the child in the future chooses another professional path, any employer will highly value their knowledge in the field of coding.
Our classes are part of different interesting stories. Kids not only create algorithms, they save the princess and build rockets to go to Mars. In this way, their curiosity and creativity develops and they do not lose the interest in learning.
Digital Literacy for the 21st century
Curiosity & Creativity
Coding is another name for computer programming! It is the process of giving a computer a set of instructions to accomplish a task. Coding is the new language of Digital Era and the #1 skill on demand for the 21st Century.

What is Coding?

Who is Algorithmics?
International Coding School

We are one of the largest international coding schools for kids and teens. Algorithmics is available in more than 20 countries with more than 150 thousand students worldwide. Our classes are conducted by certified teachers via our proprietary online platform.
Why do parents choose us?
We teach more than code
Our classes also develop a student's interest in other STEAM disciplines — math, physics, chemistry and so on.
Project-based learning
We alternate learning theory and working on creative projects.
Materials available 24/7
We combine classes with independent work at home.
Gamified practice
Classes feature a story line, friendly competition, reward points and differing levels of difficulty.
We meet students at their level
The curriculum considers the individual skills of the student and adapts the difficulty level accordingly.
We have a unique IT platform for teaching coding
that helps to make studying and business processes easier for everyone
Student
24-hour access to tasks, as well as the ability to create their own cartoons and computer games.
Teacher
Access to complete statistics on the progress of the entire class and all the methodical materials. Provides teachers and educational institutions with a variety of tools for managing and analyzing the learning process.
Administrator
Customer and learning management system that helps you monitor your customers, payments, student learning progress and teachers.
Platform for children
The system enables children to learn the basics of algorithmic thinking in a gamified way and gain basic knowledge of coding.
A visual programming language developed expressly for children.
A training system that enables to gain basic understanding of algorithms.
A personal learning program: a set of tasks adapting to each student's level.
A system accessible from any location and device connected to the internet.
A tailored approach to each student
The Algorithmics platform creates an individual study program for each student and helps the teacher analyze the progress of the children in the group.
"My son Xabier says it's great, he learns a lot and that the teacher is really nice. He genuinely enjoys it and is really motivated. He likes to practice at home and if he needs help, his teacher responds right away. Really recommended."

— Marian, mother of Xabier (age 8), Spain
Our team of teachers
We teach more than coding, our classes also develop a student's interest in other STEM concepts - science, technology, engineering, mathematics.
"The classes are very interactive and interesting, in the form of a game. At the beginning, the hour and a half seem enough, then we realize that they pass very fast. The child doesn`t get tired, since work on the PC alternates with games in the class. In general, my son is very happy and wants to continue attending classes."


— Alex, father of an Algorithmics student.
Our training program was developed by an international team of educational experts, including Derek Breen, the world-renowned teacher of programming for children and author of textbooks on creative programming for kids translated into 7 languages.

The quality of our educational content is crucial to us. Every week, experienced educational experts from Algorithmics update our current programs by studying and applying the best global practices and approaches to teaching programming to kids.
Courses
5-7 YEARS OLD
The children study programming on tablets and in workbooks. The teachers conduct games aimed at understanding the basics of algorithms and programming.
Mars Academy
The Coding Knight


Through the creation of their own cartoons and computer games, the children develop logical and algorithmic thinking. This helps them in school.
8–12 YEARS OLD
11–13 YEARS OLD
The kids will work out the basic concepts of algorithms and programming while learning the Python language. As they are immersed in the culture and specifics of the IT world, they will try out different areas of software development.
Python
14–17 YEARS OLD
The kids make a plan, assign tasks, and present their projects publicly. They learn to check themselves and correct errors, including those in other people's code.
Python Pro
Digital Literacy
Working with information in textual, tabular or graphic format, kids learn to analyze information, use a computer, search for information on the Internet correctly and safely, communicate (in real life and online) and cooperate
7–9 YEARS OLD
Game Design
A fascinating immersion into the world of game development and the first steps towards mastering a highly-demanded profession
10–11 YEARS OLD
Holiday Programs
Introduction to coding for 8 to 15
years old during school holidays
Photos from school and lessons
Algorithmics is already in your city
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Unit C-3A-1, Sunway Giza Mall, No. 2, Jalan PJU 5/14,
Kota Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Malaysia

FAQ
How many people will be in the group?
Online class capacity is up to 6 students.
Offline class is up to 12 students.
This number of students allows the teacher to be able to devote time to each one individually.
What should parents do during the lesson?
In our experience, parents should be next to their children at least during the first online lesson to be able to help.
How to access platform?
Technical requirements: computer/notebook, Internet connection, headphones (optionally), web camera (optionally).
Sign up for a trial class
At the introductory lesson, your child will program a MarsBot (the main character on our online educational platform), learn what an algorithm is, and get acquainted with the Scratch programming environment. We will also explain how the educational process is organized and answer all your questions.
The lesson lasts one hour. You can observe while it is taking place
You will see how the educational process is conducted and have a chance to meet the teacher
Fill out an application and very soon our specialist will contact you
Licensing
If you have any questions or suggestions, email us at pj@algorithmicschool.com
Call or WhatsApp: +6016 6759448
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1. General information

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Ruffell takes necessary and sufficient organizational and technical measures to protect the personal data of the above-mentioned persons from unauthorized or accidental access, destruction, modification, blocking, copying, distribution, or other illegal actions taken by third parties.

2. When we can obtain personal information

2.1. Ruffell partners who are granted the right to use the computer program Ruffell, the rights to which belong to Ruffell, (hereinafter referred to as the Program), can transmit the data of its clients (hereinafter referred to as the Clients) directly to Ruffell for the following purposes:

- to create logins and passwords for the above-mentioned clients to be able to work with the program.

- to analyze the results of how the Clients work with the Program in order to provide them with an individualized approach to working with the Program

- for the organization of direct communication between Ruffell and its Clients, including for advertising mailing lists, if the Client has expressed the appropriate consent

- to facilitate collaboration between the Client and the Partner and to achieve good results of that collaboration.

2.2. Ruffell receives data from its Users which is automatically transmitted by the Ruffell site (hereinafter referred to as the Site) in the course of their using the software installed on a device.

All personal data is sent to Ruffell for strictly pre-determined purposes.

3. What personal data we process

3.1. Ruffell Partners can give us the following personal information from their Clients:

• Name, age, and contact details of Clients and their legal representatives

• Information about a Client received during the provision of services to the Client by the Partner, including data on working in the Program

• Photographic and/or video images

Ruffell Partners also provide us with data on their employees and third parties they use to provide services under agreements concluded between Ruffell and the Partner;

3.2. Ruffell can receive the following data from Site Users:

• Name and contact information

• Information about activity on the Site, including IP addresses, cookie data, information about browsers (or other programs that access the Site and the Program), technical specifications of the equipment and software used by Users, dates and times of access to the Program, addresses of requested pages, and other similar information.

3. Conditions for the processing of personal data.

Ruffell confirms the importance of processing personal data in accordance with GDPR and informs about the following:

3.1. The processing of Clients' personal data is carried out only if one of the following conditions is applied:

- The Client has consented to the processing of their personal data for one or more specific purposes.

- The processing is necessary in order for Ruffell to fulfill its legal obligations;

3.2. Considering that the agreement according to which the Client can access the Program is concluded between the Client and the Partner, we ask our Clients to take into account the following information:

- Compliance with GDPR is an integral part of any agreement between Ruffell and the Partner.

- Considering that the agreement according to which the Client can access the Program is concluded between the Client and the Partner, Ruffell commits to provide the Partner on a contractual basis with consent from Clients for the processing of personal data.

- When receiving personal data on Clients from Partners, Ruffell proceeds from the Partner's compliance with its obligations under the Agreement

- Ruffell will try to provide support to Clients when interacting with Partners on the processing of personal data, if necessary.

4. Data storage period

The storage of personal data is done no longer than the processing of personal data requires, if the period of personal data storage is not established by law or by agreement.

5. Rights of the subject of personal data in accordance with GDPR

For your convenience, Ruffell provides below a list of the rights of the subject of personal data provided by GDPR

- The right to access personal data

- The right to correct personal data

- The right to limit the processing of personal data

- The right to delete your personal data

- The right to transfer data

- The right to object to the processing of personal data

- The right to refuse marketing activities

- The right to file a complaint with a supervisory authority

6. Cross-border transfer

In accordance with predetermined legislative goals and requirements, Ruffell can transfer personal data to public or governmental bodies in order to fulfill its legal requirements.

Cross-border transfer of personal data to foreign territories that do not provide adequate protection of the rights of personal data subjects is carried out strictly if the subject has given consent and/or for the purposes of executing the agreement and/or to comply with legal requirements.

For the transfer of personal data to third parties located outside the territory of countries that are parties to the Council of Europe Convention on the Protection of Individuals with regard to the Automatic Processing of Personal Data and also from the territory of countries providing an adequate level of protection of personal data with relevant third parties (where applicable in accordance with applicable law on the protection of personal data), contracts are concluded containing the "Standard clauses of contracts" (SCC), guaranteeing observance of the rights and freedoms of personal data subjects. The list of third parties and the personal data transferred to them can be requested from the person Responsible for organizing the protection of personal data.

7. Use of cookies

The Site uses cookies as its technology for user identification. Cookies may be recorded on the computer used by the User to access the Site for future automatic authorization, as well as for collecting statistical data, in particular about visits to the Site, for targeted advertising.

The site administration does not store personal data or passwords in cookies.

The User has the right to prohibit the saving of cookies on the computer used to access the Site by appropriately configuring their browser. It should be borne in mind that the services of the Site using this technology may not be available.

8. How to contact us regarding the processing of personal data

Individuals specified in section 1 can contact Ruffell and those designated by Ruffell as persons Responsible for organizing the processing of personal data regarding all issues related to the processing and protection of personal data using the following email: dpo@algoritmika.org
Personal data protection policy in accordance with the requirements of Regulation No. 2016/679 of the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union "on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data"

1. General information

RUFFELL HOLDING LIMITED, established and acting under the laws of the Republic of Cyprus, hereinafter referred to as Ruffell, hereby informs the subjects of personal data located on the territory of the European Union or personal data obtained from the territory of the European Union, about the principles of personal data processing used by Ruffell in accordance with the requirements of Regulation No. 2016/679 of the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union "on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data" General Data Protection Regulation (hereinafter - GDPR).

Ruffell takes necessary and sufficient organizational and technical measures to protect the personal data of the above-mentioned persons from unauthorized or accidental access, destruction, modification, blocking, copying, distribution, or other illegal actions taken by third parties.

2. When we can obtain personal information

2.1. Ruffell partners who are granted the right to use the computer program Ruffell, the rights to which belong to Ruffell, (hereinafter referred to as the Program), can transmit the data of its clients (hereinafter referred to as the Clients) directly to Ruffell for the following purposes:

- to create logins and passwords for the above-mentioned clients to be able to work with the program.

- to analyze the results of how the Clients work with the Program in order to provide them with an individualized approach to working with the Program

- for the organization of direct communication between Ruffell and its Clients, including for advertising mailing lists, if the Client has expressed the appropriate consent

- to facilitate collaboration between the Client and the Partner and to achieve good results of that collaboration.

2.2. Ruffell receives data from its Users which is automatically transmitted by the Ruffell site (hereinafter referred to as the Site) in the course of their using the software installed on a device.

All personal data is sent to Ruffell for strictly pre-determined purposes.

3. What personal data we process

3.1. Ruffell Partners can give us the following personal information from their Clients:

• Name, age, and contact details of Clients and their legal representatives

• Information about a Client received during the provision of services to the Client by the Partner, including data on working in the Program

• Photographic and/or video images

Ruffell Partners also provide us with data on their employees and third parties they use to provide services under agreements concluded between Ruffell and the Partner;

3.2. Ruffell can receive the following data from Site Users:

• Name and contact information

• Information about activity on the Site, including IP addresses, cookie data, information about browsers (or other programs that access the Site and the Program), technical specifications of the equipment and software used by Users, dates and times of access to the Program, addresses of requested pages, and other similar information.

3. Conditions for the processing of personal data.

Ruffell confirms the importance of processing personal data in accordance with GDPR and informs about the following:

3.1. The processing of Clients' personal data is carried out only if one of the following conditions is applied:

- The Client has consented to the processing of their personal data for one or more specific purposes.

- The processing is necessary in order for Ruffell to fulfill its legal obligations;

3.2. Considering that the agreement according to which the Client can access the Program is concluded between the Client and the Partner, we ask our Clients to take into account the following information:

- Compliance with GDPR is an integral part of any agreement between Ruffell and the Partner.

- Considering that the agreement according to which the Client can access the Program is concluded between the Client and the Partner, Ruffell commits to provide the Partner on a contractual basis with consent from Clients for the processing of personal data.

- When receiving personal data on Clients from Partners, Ruffell proceeds from the Partner's compliance with its obligations under the Agreement

- Ruffell will try to provide support to Clients when interacting with Partners on the processing of personal data, if necessary.

4. Data storage period

The storage of personal data is done no longer than the processing of personal data requires, if the period of personal data storage is not established by law or by agreement.

5. Rights of the subject of personal data in accordance with GDPR

For your convenience, Ruffell provides below a list of the rights of the subject of personal data provided by GDPR

- The right to access personal data

- The right to correct personal data

- The right to limit the processing of personal data

- The right to delete your personal data

- The right to transfer data

- The right to object to the processing of personal data

- The right to refuse marketing activities

- The right to file a complaint with a supervisory authority

6. Cross-border transfer

In accordance with predetermined legislative goals and requirements, Ruffell can transfer personal data to public or governmental bodies in order to fulfill its legal requirements.

Cross-border transfer of personal data to foreign territories that do not provide adequate protection of the rights of personal data subjects is carried out strictly if the subject has given consent and/or for the purposes of executing the agreement and/or to comply with legal requirements.

For the transfer of personal data to third parties located outside the territory of countries that are parties to the Council of Europe Convention on the Protection of Individuals with regard to the Automatic Processing of Personal Data and also from the territory of countries providing an adequate level of protection of personal data with relevant third parties (where applicable in accordance with applicable law on the protection of personal data), contracts are concluded containing the "Standard clauses of contracts" (SCC), guaranteeing observance of the rights and freedoms of personal data subjects. The list of third parties and the personal data transferred to them can be requested from the person Responsible for organizing the protection of personal data.

7. Use of cookies

The Site uses cookies as its technology for user identification. Cookies may be recorded on the computer used by the User to access the Site for future automatic authorization, as well as for collecting statistical data, in particular about visits to the Site, for targeted advertising.

The site administration does not store personal data or passwords in cookies.

The User has the right to prohibit the saving of cookies on the computer used to access the Site by appropriately configuring their browser. It should be borne in mind that the services of the Site using this technology may not be available.

8. How to contact us regarding the processing of personal data

Individuals specified in section 1 can contact Ruffell and those designated by Ruffell as persons Responsible for organizing the processing of personal data regarding all issues related to the processing and protection of personal data using the following email: dpo@algoritmika.org