Learn to code

CoderDojo is a global movement of volunteers, set up to encourage kids and young people to become creators rather than just users of computers. The one rule at CoderDojo is to ‘be cool’. Find out more about CoderDojo.

Launched in September 2013 CoderDojo Brighton is a free coding club for young people. Our aim is to encourage creativity and learning at your own pace. Our Mentors are here to help you decided what you want to do and how to do it.

If you’re between 6-17 and interested in programming, our sessions generally take place every other Saturday morning between 10am and 12 noon on Zoom. We hope to be able to return to our usual home at the Creativity Suite at the University of Brighton Huxley Building later in the year.

We have mentors helping with everything from Scratch, Python, Unity, C#, HTML, JavaScript along with hardware projects using Arduinos and Raspberry Pi.

If you’re a girl, don’t believe the stereotypes that say programming is only for boys – come along and join the other girls who already come to CoderDojo Brighton!

To register for CoderDojo Brighton and receive regular updates simply fill out this form. There’s no need to register for each session – you can come and go as you please.

Want to get involved as a Mentor? – find out more