Code Club provides free projects and resources for you to run a Code Club for children aged 9-13 in your school.
You don’t need to have coding knowledge to run a club. Using our step-by-step project guides is a great way to learn skills and build coding confidence for both you and your students!
You can choose to run the club by yourself, or if you’d like some help, you can connect with Code Club volunteers in your local area through our website.
Code Club essentials:
Step 1: Register your school on our website.
Step 2: Search for volunteers near you using the tool on our site. You could also ask parents or people in your local community to help. Or, if you’d like to run the club without a volunteer just get in touch to let us know and we will activate your club right away.
Step 3: Meet your volunteers to organise the club and check their DBS statement (or equivalent).
Step 4: Get your club activated! Just log in to your Club Hub and add volunteers to your club using their email address.
Step 5: Use the free Code Club projects, which are step-by-step guides for the children to follow, to run the club sessions.
Step 6: Check out the extra resources for active clubs in your Club Hub.
”“We use Code Club’s fun educational resources to run a weekly after-school club for Year 7 and Year 8 pupils. The students benefit considerably from the extra challenge!”
Karen Dadd, Computing Teacher
Once your Code Club is set up and activated on our site, you’ll have access to even more benefits, including:
Our team are here to support you on your journey to setting up and running a Code Club in your school.
Many schools have awesome parent volunteers. Why not send a letter to harness some parent power?
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