Congratulations to our Dardy Coders for taking their first steps into a larger world.
While it took a little while to catch on, by the end of August we had full classes every week with participants completing their first module and making great progress on their coding path.
Well done to Doug and Harley for completing their Scratch Module 1. A great start to an exciting journey!
What is Code Club?
- Scratch – a simple block-coding program which allows users to build animations and games while learning the fundamentals of coding.
- HTML/CSS – allows users to develop their understanding while building web pages and online content from the ground up.
- Python – this highly versatile programming language allows users to use their understanding and creativity to build Apps and complete web sites.
- Blender – coders can build 3D animations and games, creating 3D characters and developing their own movies and stories.
Code Club is project based learning, aligned with the National Digital Technologies Curriculum and provides kids with the opportunity to collaborate, create, communicate and problem solve! We celebrate our errors and embrace them as a chance to learn.
Code Club is free to join and is supported by volunteers and library staff.
We strongly encourage parents to come along and be a part of what their child is working on and achieving. Not only that, kids can log in from home and continue progressing through their lessons.
Being part of a Code Club means meeting like-minded people, making new friends and coding awesome things together!
What happens next?
We’ve learned a lot this year about Code Club and next year we are planning lots of ideas to make each class even more interesting and new. Registrations for Code Club 2019 will be announced in January so be sure to keep checking our website, Facebook or subscribe to our newsletter so you don’t miss out.