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Code Club

Code Club is about fun, creativity and learning through exploring.

Code Club classes for Term 2 are now full. We will open enrolments form Term 3 during the mid-year school holidays.

Code Club is for kids aged 9-12 years. Sessions are free and places are limited. 

Coding is an important skill to learn as we are living in the digital age. It's not just enough for children to know how to use technology, they should know how it works too. Code Club helps to strengthen problem-solving skills and logical thinking and supports key academic subjects such as science, maths and technology. The program is for beginners with content designed to introduce kids to coding. 

Term 2 classes

Python and HTML/CSS

3.30-4.30pm Tuesday at Darwin City Library  (FULL)

3.30-4.30pm Wednesday at Karama Library  (FULL)

3.30-4.30pm Thursday at Casuarina Library (FULL)

Scratch

4.30-5.30pm Thursday at Casuarina Library (FULL)
Please note: This session will repeat content from Term 1- it is not an extension on Scratch programming for children who have participated in the Code Club Scratch module previously.

Volunteer to help with Code Club

Code Club is run by library staff and our wonderful volunteers. 

We are always on the lookout for volunteers to help out with Code Club. 
Some knowledge of programming language is desirable. Some training will be provided.
Also, you will need to have, or be eligible to hold, an Ochre card.

Contact us if you are interested.

Last modified 
10 May 2018

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