Kodvetok taskforce teaches IT knowledge, computer programming and robotics for children of 7-14 years of age with the aim to equip this generation with skills needed to succeed in digital as young adults.

Our objective is to raise a generation of youngsters who are confident in the closer and wider digital environment, and are capable to use all forms of digital technology and ICT tools effectively.

Today’s challenges make it a must for all of us to be able to use ITC solutions, IT tools and applications in order to keep up with competition. This is particularly true in the case of our children who represent the next generation shaping our society. Both as school and in leisure time, as well as in home learning or many fun activities our children use IT equipment on a daily basis and surf on the net.

Children’ interests are wide ranging and multifaceted, which provides an excellent basis for developing their digital skills. However, in many cases their presence on the net without a specific purpose and suitable assistance from a mentor does not serve their development. Enabling meaningful changes in this regard requires partnership and collaboration to produce a well thought through education programme, a motivating atmosphere and trained and experienced IT teachers with knowledge about the needs of industry and an array of various supporters and enablers.

About us

Our principles

The joy of discovery

All children should be allowed to experience the joy of discovery.

Inspirational environment

Children should enjoy an environment which is fun and motivates developmental activities.

Project based education

Children undertake tasks/projects individually or in groups, which they implement and report back to the community on their results.

Best possible equipment

We provide the best possible equipment to assist developmental education.


Children take part in meetings and situation analysis to check their own levels of knowledge and allow corrections.

Are private lessons a problem? - It should not be the case!

We work outside the traditional education system thus our classes are quasi “private” classes. It presents the following challenges for us:
  • The level of knowledge children acquire in school vary to a great deal
  • Behavioural patterns are very heterogenous
  • Children are usually tired after their school “shift”
  • We have limited ability to take a classic education approach
  • We have a relatively short period available for teaching
Our answers are the following:
  • We do not rely on the knowledge acquired at school, if necessary we supplement/fill the gaps.
  • Everything is allowed which is not forbidden. We set few restraints, provide rest time, snacks and fruit, space and permission to move around, inspirational environment that do not resemble a school.
  • We do not aim to enforce a strict discipline, but we assist each children who do not keep the rules which build on free choice, solidarity and respect.

Who we are?




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