CoderDojo Coventry is a fun and social space where children aged 7 and up can go to explore the creative aspects of technology. CoderDojo is a volunteer led, global community of free programming clubs for young people.
The next CoderDojo meetings in Coventry are taking place on:
- 12th November
- 19th Novenber
- 26th November
- 3rd December
from 2 – 4 PM at Coventry Transport Museum.
What happens at CoderDojo?
You can learn new programming languages, create apps for your computer, tablet or phone, build websites, make games and more. Learning to code can be fun and a sociable experience. No previous experience is necessary.
What is the cost to take part in a workshop?
There is no charge. CoderDojo sessions are free for young people.
What do I need to bring?
Please bring along a laptop and your parent or guardian!
Reserve your place now.
Please book your tickets through this page. CoderDojo is free to attend but booking is essential and places are limited. Parents or guardians should reserve a ticket for each child and a parent/guardian ticket for themselves. Please ensure you choose the correct ticket types for all attendees.
CoderDojo Coventry is led by the Technology Volunteers (a Warwick Volunteers Project) at the University of Warwick and is held at Coventry Transport Museum. Information on how find the venue is available at this link. If you have any questions, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org