CoderDojo

CoderDojo is a global network of free informal clubs for young people aged 7-17 to learn how to code and create with technology. There are more than 1400 active Dojos in 75 countries, regularly attended by 40000 young people.

A group of Ninjas learning to code at their local CoderDojo

A group of Ninjas learning to code at their local CoderDojo

Dojos are hosted in community centres, corporate offices, libraries, coworking spaces, and schools. They tend to take place outside of school hours, usually in the evening or at the weekend. Dojos last two to three hours and run at least once a month, often more frequently.

CoderDojo is part of the Raspberry Pi Foundation family. Our mission is to make computing and digital making more relevant and accessible to young people all over the world.

Get involved

We want to see a CoderDojo in every community in the world, and we need your help to make that happen.

Join our amazing community of more than 10000 CoderDojo Champions and Mentors by volunteering at an existing Dojo or by starting a new Dojo.