ISL is organising a digital camp in October, from Tuesday 20 to Friday 23 October 2020 (4 days), from 09:30 to 15:00.

The camp will take place in various classrooms of our school.

The price of the camps depend on the age of the children:

  • Junior category (8 to 12 years old)
    CHF 699 – sibling discount: CHF 40
  • Teen category (13 to 18 years old)
    CHF 980 – sibling discount: CHF 50

The link to the registration form is available at the bottom of this page.

Code in Python (Teen and Junior)

Learn Python, the language of Instagram, YouTube, and Google’s search engine! Widely used by programmers, designers and game developers, Python has rapidly become one of the most popular programming languages.

About Python
Python is a powerful and fast programming language. It is open-source, plays well with others and runs everywhere. Python is friendly and easy to pick up whether the student is a first-time programmer or experienced with other languages.

To learn more about Python visit their website,
– Juniors: 10+
– Teens Beginner: 13+ with no or little experience in game development or programming
– Teens Advanced: 13+ with previous experience in game development or programming
– Their own laptop
What students learn
– Basic or more advanced programming concepts in Python, depending on chosen course level
– Basic or more advanced video game programming, depending on chosen course level
– A fundamental programming language taught at many universities and used in many industries
What students create
Their own project: a playable video game, program or simple app

Hacker mode (Teen)

The best defense is a good offense! Cybercrime is increasing and can strike at any time. Good preparation – in the form of a compass to navigate the online world and sort the real from the fake – is essential to protecting oneself against fraud and other cybersecurity threats.

– Age: 13+
– Skill level: beginner
– No programming experience required, but the student should be comfortable with computers and curious to learn how they work
– Their own laptop and USB key
What students learn
– Binary – the fundamental language that computers speak, and how it is important in cybersecurity.
– Google-Fu – how to ask good questions and do their own recon and research
– Linux – how to use the hacker’s favorite cybersecurity system
– Cryptography – crack secret messages and understand how they play a role on the internet
– Web exploitation – how the internet works and many of the ways in which websites can be hacked
– Practical computer safety – how long does it take to crack the password you’re currently using?
– How to compete in cybersecurity capture the flag challenges
What students create
– Images of their choice with their own information hidden in the bits of the image
– Secret messages created with their very own encryption scheme
– Their own vulnerable website for their classmates to try and hack
– A demonstration of them hacking a remote computer for their parents (to reassure them about their new hacker powers!)

Photography & Film (Teen)

On this course, students acquire real world hands-on experience in producing digital art and movies using their camera and computer. They explore the art of digital filmmaking, including special effects, and learn how to produce and edit digital and analogue photographs using state-of-the-art equipment.

More about Adobe Creative Cloud
Adobe Creative Cloud is a set of applications and services from Adobe Systems that gives subscribers access to a collection of software used for graphic design, video editing, web development, photography, along with a set of mobile applications.

To learn more about Adobe Creative Cloud visit their website,
– All ages
– Skill level: beginner
– No experience in photography or film required
– Their own camera or smartphone and laptop
What students learn
– Basic concepts in photography
– Essentials of special effects
– Tips and tricks in digital photography and film
What students create
Their own photography and film project