Each week this exciting termly club introduces children to the diverse world of coding through hands-on creative challenges and games.
£10 per session, 3 different clubs depending on age/ability
We use the latest robot and drone technology so young people have fun while learning loads of new skills and being part of our community.
Whether your child is new to computers, or on course to be a coding superstar; we’ve got a club level to suit you.
From creating a retro arcade game to snakes & ladders; challenges are a huge part of our clubs.
Each week we design our own age appropriate skills based challenges that develop throughout the term.
Our aim is for young people to have a lifelong love of coding while having fun in a supportive environment.
Our Club Zone Leaders are tech and coding experts. They're led by Ashley and Paul The Code Zone's founders.
All Zone Leaders have passed enhanced DBS checks and we understand our role in creating safe online spaces for young people.
Our robot and drone coding challenges give this younger age group access to more complex games than normal.
They're inspired to play and interact with our games so quickly get involved in learning how to code.
This club gives more opportunities to tinker and change elements of the code on our overall robot and drone based challenges.
There's more freedom to create and solve things in line with their growing skills capabilities.
Be a part of our coding and tech youth community.
Working as a team or independently, they’ll be programming robots and drones, building games, and exploring AI.
The Code Zone's Co-Founder and operations lead, a self-taught programmer with a passion for game development and automating anything possible!
As Lead Content Creator, Tom is at the heart of making all our games and challenges. A passion for playing games led to a passion for designing them!
They're the heart of our clubs and come with tons of enthusiasm, tech knowledge and inspire young people to do more.
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