The Lavender Spaceship Project

Established 2018

The Lavender Spaceship Project is Singapore’s first coding and computer literacy platform specially designed for girls aged 7-18 years old. The Lavender Spaceship Project’s mission is to: 

  • provide meaningful coding and computer literacy experiences through their girl-centric model
  • show the girls that coding is used as a tool to solve technical problems
  • expose the girls to female role models in STEM

We believe that by engaging girls in coding early on and sustaining their interest through the younger years, we can increase the pipeline of girls entering into computer science and tech-related programs.

Since its inception, the company has conducted 600+ sessions and workshops and has been featured in prominent media platforms like Channel News Asia and The Straits Times. 

The classes are delivered online in a personalized setting. The four key focus areas are:

  • Developing critical thinking and problem solving
  • Developing computational thinking
  • Raising awareness about women role models in STEM and tech careers
  • Building self-confidence 

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Their program is divided into 3 age groups:

Rover (7-8 years old)

  • World of computers
  • Introduction to Scratch

Apollo (9-11 years old)

  • Scratch programming levels 1 and 2
  • Digital Making with Microbit
  • 3D Design with Coding and Geometry
  • App design
  • Modding with Minecraft

Falcon (12-18 years old)

  • Python programming levels 1, and 3
  • Python for Data Analytics
  • Web programming with HTML, CSS and JavaScript

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