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
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psutton
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Location: Devon
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Torbay, Devon, Uk Code Clubs

Thu Dec 06, 2018 6:36 pm

Updated information.

Paignton Code Club runs on the First and Third Saturday of the month at Paignton Library ( TQ4 5AR ) 10 - 12

Due to Covid 19 we are trying to run this virtually, please contact Paignton Library for more information.

I have set up a Scratch Studio which is invite only.

https://www.torbaylibraries.org.uk/web/ ... tonlibrary

or contact https://twitter.com/paigntonlibrary

Paignton Code club is a little more advacned, as we have moved on to following the Responsive Web Design course with https://www.freecodecamp.org/ (FCC) we are also using https://repl.it/~ for collaborative programming and putting in to practice what we learn with FCC

I am keen to promote programming to all ages, hence I have now set up a dedicated blog for this purpose, so a ) support code club and b) support a wider community.

https://personaljournal.ca/paigntoncodeclub/

For some reason there seems very very little interest in CodeClub in Torbay, so happy to reach out further afield.

Hope this helps

Paul Sutton
Last edited by psutton on Fri Sep 04, 2020 6:17 pm, edited 1 time in total.

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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