Hosting a Code Club in your classroom or venue (such as library or community centre) is a fun, and engaging way to give back to your community. Code Clubs are always free of charge to the student and are lead by volunteers. In a Code Club children learn how to make video games, websites, and other exciting things! Our projects have been written for children who are 9-13 years old, based on average literacy and numeracy levels for this age group.
A club host must be able to provide adequate space and devices (computers needed, chromebooks work great!) for a club to meet once per week for an hour. Club hosts are often quite involved with student and volunteer recruitment when getting started. After the club has been set up the club host may choose to help teach the club. However, many club hosts do not teach the course material and rely on volunteers for this role.