Trade School: Learn How To Code!

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 CoderDojo Is Back!

 

Upon popular demand, CoderDojo will be hosting another Trade School with volunteers Lisa and Edmond to teach programming workshops for young people between the ages of 7 -17 years old!

Date: 27th of July 11:00am Start!

Barter Item: Writing materials, a notebook and a fully charged laptop

Don’t worry if you’ve never coded before, all you will need to do is bring a fully charged laptop and have fun. There will be mentors to assist you at every point.

Ages between 7-17 are welcome however, all young people must be accompanied by a responsible adult over the age of 18 for the entire time.

The event is completely free, but  you will need to register by RSVP here

There will be Show & Tell at the end for ninjas to present projects created on the day or other cool projects they have been working on recently, these are not limited to things done at CoderDojo sessions.

A little bit about CoderDojo
CoderDojo is a volunteer-led movement and have built a global network of free, volunteer-led, community-based programming clubs for young people. They have created an opportunity for young people to get in touch with their coding abilities!

Register your name at [email protected] 6 spaces left or RSVP HERE!

 

Have a great week
The Precinct Team

St Katharine’s Precinct is a meanwhile community project run by The Royal Foundation of St Katharine (RFSK). The Precinct aims to build connections with and across communities through conversation, reflection, community projects, art and food. The weekly bulletin is a highlight of what’s on at St Katharine. More information about RFSK retreats, open reflective and quiet days can be found here