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Coding and Robotics

Our STEAM programs are about fun, creativity and learning through exploring technology.

Coding Club & Robotics Club have wrapped up for 2019, keep an eye on our eNewsletter for our 2020 programs.

STEAM programs in the Libraries include:

  • Coding Club - for beginner coders, ages 9-12 years
  • Robotics Club - some coding experience necessary, ages 10-14 years.

Bookings are required for these programs.

Coding Club

Coding Club is a fun, interactive club designed to encourage children to learn through exploring a variety of computer programming languages and software. Learning to code helps to strengthen problem-solving skills and critical thinking and supports key academic subjects such as science, maths and technology.

City of Darwin Libraries Coding Club runs during school terms; these are usually run in six-week blocks. Participants need to be able to attend all sessions in the six-week block to be able to register for this program. The content is aimed at beginner coders aged 9-12 years.

Coding Club has wrapped up for 2019, keep an eye on our eNewsletter for our 2020 programs.

Robotics Club

Robotics Club is an exciting opportunity for young people to build on their coding and programming knowledge, and continue to learn through exploring technology.

City of Darwin Libraries Robotics Club runs during school terms; these are usually run in six-week blocks. Participants need to be able to attend all sessions in the six-week block to be able to register for this program. This program is suitable for young people with prior coding experience and is strictly for ages 10-14 years. 

Robotics Club has wrapped up for 2019, keep an eye on our eNewsletter for our 2020 programs.

More information

Registrations for future programs will be announced through our eNewsletter and social media

If you have any questions regarding Coding Club or Robotics Club please contact us

STEAM@darwin.nt.gov.au

Last modified 
21 Oct 2019

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