Code Club Projects

The Code Club projects are step-by-step guides for children to follow and create animations, games, websites and much more.

Code Club projects are freely available for anyone to use. If you're using our projects to run a Code Club, please register your club with us! We provide benefits to our clubs, such as support for volunteers, events, & competitions.

  • Projects introduce key computer science concepts
  • Step by step instructions let children build up coding skills as they work through the projects
  • Children create something different and original with each project
  • Challenge-based learning

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SCRATCH

Scratch is a graphical programming language, where children can drag and combine code blocks to make a range of programs.

Module 1

Module 2

Module 3

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HTMLL & CSS

HyperText Markup Language (HTML) is a language for describing and structuring web pages.

Module 1

Module 2

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PYTHON

Python is a widely used, general purpose, text-based programming language that is easy to learn.

Module 1

Module 2

Additional Projects

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RASPBERRY PI

The Raspberry Pi is a capable little computer which can be used in electronics projects.

Raspberry Pi Projects

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SENSE HAT

An attachment for Raspberry Pi that allows you to measure your surroundings.

Sense Hat Projects

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SONIC PI

Sonic Pi is a new kind of musical instrument, designed for creating sounds with code.

Sonic Pi Projects

Micro-Bit

BBC MICRO:BIT

The BBC micro:bit is a pocket-sized, codeable computer that allows you to get creative.

BBC micro:bit

Blender

BLENDER

Start making 3D models and animations like the ones in your favourite movies.

Blender

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Start a Code Club

Find out how you can become part of our network of clubs and volunteers and help kids learn how to code.

Find out more about starting a club

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Using Scratch

Most Code Clubs start off using a simple programming language called Scratch, which was developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten group at MIT.

Find out more about Scratch

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Got questions? Check out our FAQ.

FAQ

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