ACE-Learning Systems


The micro:bit is a palm-sized microcontroller with an LED display and a variety of onboard sensors. Featuring an edge connector that allows it to use many more sensors, motors and other devices, it can be programmed to be used in any number of creations.

In this exposure course, students will be introduced to fundamental coding concepts and use them to build some simple projects. A visual programming interface allows students to focus on breaking down and solving problems without worrying about memorising syntax/commands or typo errors.

Recommended age
10 - 12, 13 - 16
1 day, 3 hours

If you are unable to find the preferred time slot for your child, please contact us and we will be glad to assist you.
Course Outline
  • Working safely with circuits
  • Onboard sensors, buttons and displays
  • Loops and iteration (for/while)
  • Triggers and events
  • Variables (numbers/strings/arrays/Boolean)
  • Conditions (if/else/then)
  • Logical operators (AND/OR/NOT)
  • Radio waves
  • Servos/motors

Sample Projects


In this setup, 2 micro:bits are used to play the famous Rock–Paper–Scissors (Scissors-Paper-Stone) game.

Paper Piano

In this setup, a micro:bit, a speaker and some crocodile cables are used to make a paper piano come alive.

Contact us for Details

+65 8189 7700