The non-profit organisation Kids Life Skills has teamed up with PwC to offer computer coding classes to children aged 4 to 13.

In a press release, Kids Life Skills CEO Adi Berland says that "PwC Luxembourg have generously given us use of their beautiful academy space, which includes eight classrooms and a large comfortable lounge area for our parents to wait while enjoying coffee and snacks."

The organisation aims to teach children valuable skills in programming and logic, and the classes are held in several different languages including English. For more information, see the press release below.

There will be several different classes, starting on 1 March and 8 March. For full details see the press release attached below, and the Kids Life Skills website.