Code Club is a nationwide network of volunteer-led after school coding clubs for children aged 9-11.
Code Club is building a network of coding clubs for children aged 9-11 across the UK. Can you help us inspire the next generation to get excited about digital making? Find out more about how to get involved at www.codeclub.org.uk
Since its launch in 2012, Code Club has helped establish over 3,500 clubs in the UK and over 1,000 clubs in 70 other countries. Run by volunteers, Code Clubs focus on giving 9-11 year olds the opportunity to make things with computers. Right now over 44,000 young people regularly attend Code Clubs in the UK alone, around 40% of whom are girls.
In 2015, Raspberry Pi and Code Club joined forces in a merger that gave many more young people the opportunity to learn how to make things with computers.
Raspberry Pi Foundation and Code Club were both created as responses to the collective failure to prepare young people for life and work in a world that is shaped by digital technologies and, as such, we are now part of a growing worldwide movement that is trying to solve that problem by equipping people with the knowledge and confidence to be digital makers, not just consumers.
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