katharine_childs
Raspberry Pi Foundation Employee & Forum Moderator
Raspberry Pi Foundation Employee & Forum Moderator
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Introduce your club here

Tue Nov 27, 2018 2:29 pm

Hello, this thread is for clubs to say hello. Tell us a few details about your club such as:
- Whereabout in the world are you based?
- When does your club meet?
- What are you working on currently in your club?
- How many young people attend your club?

Katharine
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Katharine Childs
Programme Coordinator, Code Club
Raspberry Pi Foundation

psutton
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Location: Devon
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Torbay, Devon, Uk Code Clubs

Thu Dec 06, 2018 6:36 pm

Hi
Thanks for creating a dedicated forum for this :


Paignton Code Club runs on the First and Third Saturday of the month at Paignton Library ( TQ4 5AR ) 10 - 12
There is also one at Torquay Library ( TQ1 3DT )

If you go to https://codeclub.org/en/ and use the above postcodes you can search and find more information. The Torquay Club runs on the First and Third Saturday but in the Afternoon for 1 hour.


Paul Sutton

lorrainbow
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Joined: Thu Jan 28, 2016 9:05 pm

Re: Introduce your club here

Mon Dec 10, 2018 11:44 am

Hello,

Our Code Club is at Wray Primary School in Lancashire, just for pupils of Wray school. We're a small school (54 pupils!) and a nice size club - 12 students. We brought the age range down to 6 so my son could take part. I have laptops from where I work at Lancaster University that I bring to the school each week. They have about 6 very old and unreliable ones at the school. So I just went with my kit. We only started 4 weeks ago and we're doing coding on the micro:bit. I am blogging about my Code Club here: http://lorraine.mcunderwood.org/tag/code-club/ and will add my resources as I create, use and refine them!

Lorraine

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