We think all children should have the opportunity to learn to code so they can harness the power of computing and express themselves creatively.
Code Club, which is part of the Raspberry Pi Foundation, supports schools nationwide to run coding clubs for 9- to 13-year-olds.
Code Clubs are FREE and run by teachers at zero cost to their school
As we all continue to navigate a different way of teaching and learning, you can take advantage of the free training, resources, and support available for you to extend your curriculum and provide enriching digital activities by setting up a Code Club.
Support available to help you run safely
We are working with Code Club to offer you some free information and training workshops to learn more about how to set up a club at your school and explore the FREE resources and projects available. You don’t need programming experience to run a Code Club, just the enthusiasm and willingness to learn with your class.
Join Programme Manager, Rohima Crook, for one of the below FREE information sessions to learn more about how to bring digital making into your school.
If you are keen to start a club or have already registered to start one, join one of the below training workshops where you can explore the free resources further and have a go at working through a project yourself.