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Coding and Robotics Club

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Coding and Robotics Club is a place for kids to explore the different uses of technology.

We have a COVID safety plan. Help us stay COVID-safe:

1. Register your library visit on entry via the Territory Check-In app, or in writing.
2. Maintain physical distancing and good hygiene practices.
3. Stay home if you are feeling unwell.

This library program has resumed with reduced attendance. 

Coding and Robotics Club is returning in Term 2. The new club sessions start on Thursday 29 April. Registrations are full for Term 2. Look out for Term 3 enrolments in July. 

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Coding and Robotics Club is an interactive club designed to encourage children to learn through exploring a variety of computer programming languages, software, and robotics. The content is aimed at beginner coders aged 8 years and above. 

Coding and Robotics Club is free.

Club sessions run in six-week blocks during school term.

When: 3.30-4.30pm Thursdays (starting 29 April)
Where: Casuarina Library - in the meeting room

Registrations required. 

If you have any questions regarding any of our STEAM programs please contact us 

STEAM@darwin.nt.gov.au

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