Code club for children

Derby Libraries Code Club

By joining Code Club, children will learn the basics of computer programming using Scratch, including how to create simple computer games and animations. Each Club runs as a structured course lasting for 20 weeks. Our Code Clubs are organised by Derby Libraries and sessions are run by trained volunteers and staff.

Children taking part must be aged from 8 to 13 years old at the start of the course and must be a member of Derby Libraries.

When there are spaces on the next courses, you will be able to complete the booking form on the pages below for each location. 

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Code Club at Alvaston Library
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Code PLUS
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Code PLUS

Four week course starting on the 9 July 22

An exciting new programme of Code Club sessions for children and young people. More

Code Club at Mickleover Library
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Children will learn the basics of computer programming using Scratch, including how to create simple computer games and animations. More

Code Club at Normanton Library
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Children will learn the basics of computer programming using Scratch, including how to create simple computer games and animations. More

Code Club at Riverside Library
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Children will learn the basics of computer programming using Scratch, including how to create simple computer games and animations. More

What can children do next?

Code PLUS

Take children’s programming skills to the next level, progressing from building blocks of pre-existing code with Scratch, to using Python to write code for Raspberry Pi. 

This four week chargeable course covers coding with Makey Makeys, BBC Microbits and Raspberry Pi.

To find out dates of our upcoming courses and book your place, visit our Events page

Creative Technology Workshops

These one-off chargeable workshops are expert led and offer a range of practical activities around computer programming including 3D printing, Lego robots and electronics.

To find out dates of our upcoming workshops and to book your place, visit our Events page