Code, create and have fun

  • Infants at coding club
  • in their words…

    “I like making my own games”

    “Once you create the script, it’s real fun to play”

    “You can do everything you want”

    “You can fiddle with stuff”

    “You can create your ideas”

    “I made a Whac-A-Mole game”


  • Coding club FAQ

    Some questions you might have about Coding club

  • Coding club for Year 7s – Year 9s

    A new Coding club is starting at Yatton library for secondary school students. Register your interest.

  • Coding in your school

    If you would like to introduce a Coding Club in your school, here is a basic guide to the the courses that Codingbug can offer:

    Scratch Workshops For Year 1 – Year 6

    Image made in ScratchScratch is a great programming environment and is a consistent favourite with the children. It is designed to help them understand the fundamentals of programming through creating games and interactive stories. I tailor the workshops to children according to their age group and like to push the boundaries of their creativity.

  • HTML Workshops For Year 6 – Year 9

    HTML CodeStudents just need a browser and a text editor to start coding for the web. But to make things more exciting, we use online tools to help visualise the code. The students learn HTML and CSS, as well as online collaboration and how to stay safe online.

  • Programming with JavaScript Tailored to Year 7 – Year 9

    Coding gameJavaScript is the language of the web. Students learn to code in JavaScript by playing a collaborative strategy game with their friends.

  • Making Apps with JavaScript For Year 3 – Year 6

    StampyStudents learn to write their own apps and interact with them on a mobile device. They learn programming concepts by coding in JavaScript. Students learn some ‘debugging’ skills and why sharing and collaboration brings results!

  • Programming with Python Tailored to Year 6 – Year 9

    Python codeThis course is for children who have done a bit of coding before, and who are now ready to enter the world of programming. They learn to write their first programs, fix their first bugs, and generally get comfortable with the Python programming environment.

  • RaspberryPi Workshops

    RaspberryPiIf you have RaspberryPi’s in your classroom and want more ideas to work with. I run tailored workshops, where the children can use their coding skills and get creative with the RaspberryPi’s.