Welcome to Learning Lab, our monthly newsletter featuring upcoming events, new launches, product updates, and our young creator of the month. Happy learning!
Reimagine learning this summer
We’re thrilled to kick off the BYJU’S Summer Camp 2022, our virtual learning program for kids from across the world. Students will get to interact and collaborate with friends while learning from an awesome list of superstar experts such as astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, top-ranked Minecraft®* player JeromeASF, Sophia™ the Robot, and many more. We hope your child has an amazing time learning at BYJU’S Summer Camp 2022!
*Code with Minecraft is not an official Minecraft product and is not approved by or associated with Mojang
Ria’s incredible adventure
Grade 1 student Ria’s journey in the AAV classroom has opened up so many possibilities! Watch her talk about all she’s been up to and see how our AAV course blends tech with art to empower expression.
Risshab’s inspiring piano journey
Risshab is 10 and passionate about music. He’s learning to play the piano with our Perform with Music course. Catch Risshab and his parents speak about their experience so far.
Let’s cheer for Ayana, our space mission
Outer space, here we come! As part of our Code A Satellite program, a satellite was launched on May 25, 2022, which initiated our very own satellite mission, Ayana, into orbit. Soon, our coding students who have completed 124 classes will be eligible to start coding the satellite**.
**Satellite coding starts at Class 125. Satellite image sensors observe Earth, not other planets. In the event a student completes all the required courses prior to launch, the Code a Satellite Program classes will be provided post-launch. In the event of cancellation or technical malfunction, BYJU’S FutureSchool will refund the fee (prorated to number of classes affected) or provide a comparable space-tech curriculum that utilises live simulations.
This month, we’re thrilled to feature Vani, an 11-year-old piano student with the Perform with Music course. Vani recently passed her Trinity initial grade with a distinction. Way to go, Vani!