Code Club


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Code Club is a nationwide network of free volunteer-led after school coding clubs for children aged 9-11.

We create projects for our volunteers to teach at after school coding clubs or at non-school venues such as libraries. The projects we make teach children how to program by showing them how to make computer games, animations and websites. Our volunteers go to their local club for an hour a week and teach one project a week.

Age group 8-10, 11-14
Legal status Not for profit
Number of volunteers 1000+
Regions covered
South East, London, North West, East of England, West Midlands, South West, Yorkshire and the Humber, East Midlands, North East, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales
Technologies used Animation/Games, Physical Computing, Programming/Coding
Services offered Face to face training, Online resource
Frequency Directly after school
Looking for Volunteers, Event invitations

Latest stuff

  • Celebrating Digital Schools in Scotland

    by Dave Hazeldean, Code Club Community Support Assistant It’s really exciting to see how schools across the UK are getting involved in different digital activities. Running a Code Club is just one of many ways that schools can develop their school’s digital offering for pupils. I recently paid a trip to Wormit Primary School in […]

    News — Mar 8th 2017
  • Code Club films: start a club in your school

    What do Tile Hill Library, Y Bont Faen Primary School, and Liverpool Central Library all have in common? Answer: they are all Star Clubs who agreed to let us film their club sessions last term! We wanted to make some films that showed different Code Clubs in action, to help us spread the word about […]

    News — Feb 10th 2017
  • Projects for Safer Internet Day

    Tomorrow is Safer Internet Day, which aims to promote the safe use of digital technology for children and young people. The day offers the opportunity to highlight positive uses of technology, and to explore the role we all play in helping to create a better and safer online community. At the Raspberry Pi Foundation and […]

    News — Feb 6th 2017
  • New Projects for the Raspberry Pi Sense HAT

    We know from our termly volunteer survey that Code Clubs are keen to try some physical computing projects. Whilst we have a range of amazing resources for the Raspberry Pi over at rpf.io/learn, and are in the process of giving away micro:bits to clubs, we also know that lots of clubs don’t have access to […]

    News — Feb 3rd 2017
  • Thanks for joining us at Bett 2017!

    Last week we had a very busy few days at the Bett Show, the EdTech event which is held annually in London. For those of you who came along, we hope you had a great time, and to all our amazing volunteers who helped us at our stand and in workshops, we wanted to say […]

    News — Jan 31st 2017

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