Interested in discovering more about coding, programming and technology?

Our Code Clubs offers children and young people the opportunity to explore the world of coding and computers, whilst having fun with their peers.

At Code Club, children and young people learn how to code using Scratch, a block-based programming language. We encourage our budding coders to explore and experiment with code and technology, learn at their own pace and share their findings with their peers.

In our Code Clubs, children learn about the basics of programming in a fun and exciting way; making games and bringing their animation ideas to life.  They can also develop and extend the coding skills learnt in IT lessons at school and are encouraged to use their creativity to construct whatever takes their fancy.

Code Club is attended by children and young people with a range of ages and abilities, from 8 years old (primary school year 4) to 16 (secondary school year 11).

Current locations:

Due to Covid-19, all Code Club sessions have moved online and are run on zoom.

Every Wednesday during term time at 4:30 pm-6:00 pm

Every Thursday during term time at 4:30 pm-6:00 pm

*young people may only join one of the two sessions.

Please get in touch to register your child.

Club leader: Jack Kennedy
Email: s4acoders@s4a.org.uk

What you say

‘I know how to program settings, add backdrops and lots more.’

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