Loshberry Code Studio believes that coding needs not be limited to the screen, and that kids learn best through a combination of physical and on-screen activities. We aim to instill computational thinking skills and provide quality coding education to all. Our specially designed courses expose our students to a wide variety of tools and technology, enabling them to gain both technical know-how as well as an appreciation of the human aspects of technology.
Our teaching team consists all-rounded individuals from Singapore who are experienced in teaching coding. We are professional developers and designers who have created a wide variety of mobile apps and websites, and we understand the workings of the industry. We look forward to meeting our students and sharing our experience and knowledge to the next generation of coders.
Hwee Shan graduated from the National University of Singapore (NUS) with a Bachelor of Computing with Honours in Communications and Media. Born and bred in Singapore, she understands the needs of local students and is an experienced coding instructor.
She was a Teaching Assistant in NUS, where she taught the compulsory CS1010 (Programming Methodology) module to freshmen students on foundations of coding in the C programming language. She has also tutored students ranging from Primary School to Junior College and Polytechnic levels, in subjects such as Math, Sciences and Computing. Her students have all attained stellar results under her patient tutelage. She has also taught coding to kids ranging from 6 to 14 years old, introducing students to computational thinking and app development from a tender age through her lively lessons.
Hwee Shan has a wide range of working experience in technology and training, across various industry sectors, such as the Learning Design and Technology team in a government agency, and the Creative Team of a multi-national Management Consulting firm, where she created e-learning modules and tools to train employees of various global technology giants like Google, HP and Cisco.
Hwee Shan hopes to continue imparting her passion and knowledge of coding to the next generation at Loshberry. She believes that her wide range of teaching and industry experience will allow her students to be exposed to the real world challenges of technology and better prepare them for the future.
Chong graduated from the National University of Singapore (NUS) with a Bachelor of Computing with Honours in Communications and Media. Also born and bred in Singapore, he has been involved in technology since a young age, having headed his school's IT Club to winning several national robotics competitions.
Chong has a strong background in both coding and design. He was the Teaching Assistant for the CS3240 (Human-Computer Interaction) module in NUS, where he taught senior students the principles of designing good and friendly user interfaces. He was also on the Dean's List of NUS School of Computing.
He is a proven developer and designer who has won several hackathons and competitions, including the UP Singapore Urban Prototyping Weekend 2012, the SMU Social Innovation Xperience (SIX) 2012, and the NUS-SMRT Commuthon 2014.
Chong has 4 years of experience as an mobile developer and designer in a leading technology company, and is well-versed in the current technological and design trends. He hopes to inspire the students at Loshberry through his experience as an industry practitioner, and provide them with current and practical insights into the world of technology.
Andrea is from the Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT), with a degree in Information and Communications Technology (Information Security). A graduate from Temasek Polytechnic, with a Diploma in Information Technology, she has a generous amount of experience in the IT industry, being a former software development intern at Accenture, as well as helping in the development of a software for the visually impaired during a stint at the Kumamoto National Institute of Technology.
She loves working with children, possessing a passion for teaching that she discovered during her engagements as a facilitator in a children's gym. With a desire to thrive in the education industry, she aims of inspiring children with her own experiences, and redefine the meaning and methods of education.
Hailing from the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) with a Double Degree (Honours) in Computer Science and Business, Jia Yi enjoys coding and has completed numerous interactive electronic and coding projects using platforms like Arduino, Python and C++. A firm believer in continuous learning in the ever-changing technological world, she enjoys going to professional electronics workshops to increase exposure to the vast possibilities of computing—whether to construct and program a Robot Arm from scratch, or to ease real-life inconveniences through programming.
Jia Yi strongly believes in the high relevance of coding in today's tech-savvy world, and is deeply passionate about cultivating students' interest in logical and computational thinking. Having an extensive experience in educating young children, she is adept in fostering relationships of mutual trust with students, and reaching out to students to make coding a thrilling and meaningful process.
Vivian is a passionate designer, writer and creative who is a National University of Singapore (NUS) Communications and New Media major with a minor in Computer Science. Being in Art and Design Club during her Secondary School days, she meddled mainly with fine art. Intrigued with digital art, she decided to pursue this interest by self-learning tools like Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, to bring her art to a new level. Vivian also loves to write short stories and come up with creative campaigns. She hopes to turn ideas into reality through her work at Loshberry, and make the world a better place with these ideas.
Jolene is from the Nanyang Technological University (NTU), with a degree in English Literature. She graduated from Temasek Polytechnic with a Diploma with Merit in Communications and Media Management as well as a Diploma Plus in Cross-Cultural Studies.
She is experienced in media and production, with her skills bolstered by fruitful engagement with the Industry, having interned in MediaCorp Love 97.2FM where she worked on radio production as well as freelancing as a video producer with MediaCorp Channel 5 upon her Poly graduation. Jolene's love for the arts extends into her passion for languages, where she is fluent in English, Chinese, as well as basic Korean.
Jolene aims to continue to broaden her experience within the media and education industry, and provide fresh ideas in media production through her stint at Loshberry.