We run free coding sessions and events for children and young people.
Come and learning coding through fun activities and projects and make:
- Computer games
We run two age groups for our weekly sessions; Younger Children for children aged between 7 and 11 years old and Young Person/Mixed primarily for those aged 11+ years old.
We truly believe that any child or young person can learn to code and if you or your child is interested in learning more, drop us an email at email@example.com.
What is coding?
Coding a programming language to instruct the computer to do something that you want it to do.
Why learning coding is important?
Our world is becoming increasingly digital and more jobs in the future will require this skill. Equipping our children with this skill will not only open the door to future career opportunities but also help them to develop their ability to think logically, creatively and problem solve.
We operate during the below dates:
Thursday 25th April to 18th July 2019
Half-term: 30th May 2019 – no session running
Thursday 12th September to 12th December 2019
Half-term: 24th October 2019 – no session running
We run from Peckham Library from 6pm to 7pm every Thursday, during term-time.
122 Peckham Hill Street
How to get to Peckham Library
We are in walking distance of Peckham Rye Station and the nearest tube station is Elephant & Castle.
The following buses all stop close to the library; 12, 36, 136, 171, 343, 345 and 436.