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About Our Attempt

Habitat Schools started their tryst with a vision that emphasized inculcating 21st century skills in students and pushing them to become inventors, innovators and creators.


This saw Habitat founding the earliest school coding programme way back in 2014, the Cyber Square in collaboration with Cyber Square-UK. The idea was to skill students very early on, during their elementary grades into computer coding. This approach has led to many breakthrough events and milestones in Habitat’s history.


The latest is the Habitat Web Development project that has been slowly and steadily training students in coding with a specific purpose. Each participating student will create and code their own website with a unique theme and this will ultimately culminate in a staggering achievement where all these students will attempt a Guinness World Record attempt for, ‘Most Users in a Web Development Video Hangout.’


This is our way to provide a global platform to our young coders, to encourage them to dream and accomplish and be the best in the world.

About our Attempt

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