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Next session: Autumn 2024

booking required - see below

What is CoderDojo?

We hold free computer coding and digital skill sessions on one Saturday each month during term time for youngsters aged between 7 and 17. Girls are especially encouraged to attend, and we welcome kids with no experience at all, as well as those with a bit more knowledge or experience.

How to book 

Booking is done through private Eventbrite invitations. To join, please register on our Contact page or use the green button below. Our sessions take place at Kingston University in Kingston-Upon-Thames, south-west London. A parent or carer must accompany youngsters under 13 years of age.

How does it work? 

  • We start at 2pm, and run to 4pm.

  • There's a screen break at 3pm for a chance to eat or drink something. 

  • At 4pm we have Show and Tell which is a chance for any of the children to come up to the front and show off what they've made. 

  • Typical activities include:

    • programming using Scratch and Python

    • electronics with Raspberry Pi or Micro:bit

    • websites (HTML/CSS) 

    • robotics

    • AI

    • game making with Unity 

Upcoming sessions 
Saturday 2:
00 - 4:30pm



Sessions will return in the autumn term after the university's summer break - keep an eye on this site and click the button below to sign up to be notified

If your child is more experienced they can even help to mentor some of our younger children, and some parents are very active in our sessions too. We are based in superb facilities kindly provided by Kingston University’s STEM outreach programme. Come and join us - no experience is necessary, just enthusiasm and interest in all things computing.

CoderDojo KU is a club operated by Kingston Coding for Kids CIO, a charity registered in England and Wales (No. 1208175)

Robotics funding gratefully received from the Engineering Education Grant Scheme


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