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Richmond CoderDojo is a free coding club open to young people aged 7 to 17 with sessions on Scratch, HTML, Python, and using micro:bits.

Festive CoderDojo

Join us for a festive themed session where we will use Scratch to create a Snowball fight game.



We will learn:

  • How to animated sprites
  • How to react to mouse input
  • how to use broadcasts

Event details:

  • Date: Saturday 4 December
  • Time: 11am to 12 noon
  • Location: Online via Zoom
  • Price: Free

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CoderDojo monthly Zoom sessions

Due to the pandemic, we are currently running simplified, shorter coding sessions online via Zoom on the fourth Saturday of the month from 11am.

For more information or to join a session, email the Volunteer Coordinator directly on libraryvolunteer@richmond.gov.uk, and to book a session visit the CoderDojo website.

CoderDojo is an open source, volunteer-led global movement running free coding clubs for children and young people. At Dojos, young people learn how to  develop websites, apps, and games; or program robots and other electronic devices. Dojos are set up and led by volunteers. In addition to learning to code, members meet like-minded people and share their coolest projects with 'show and tell' sessions. Our aim is to make development and learning to code a fun and sociable experience.  

Volunteer

We always need volunteers who have computer coding knowledge, so if you feel that you might be able to be a volunteer mentor please email us at libraryvolunteer@richmond.gov.uk with details about your coding skills and availability.

Updated: 24 November 2021