Learn to Code in North Somerset Libraries

In 2022, Libraries in North Somerset are hosting an exciting new digital skills programme. Free ‘Learn to Code’ sessions for children aged 8 – 12. Codingbug is delighted to have been appointed to deliver the coding clubs and workshops. These will start during the February half-term, and will run until mid-June.

Make a Chatbot in Python (Ended)
WorkshopTuesday 22nd February
(half term)
Yatton Library
Introduction to Wearable Technology (Ended)
WorkshopWednesday 23rd February (half term)The Campus Library
Web Design – code your first website (Ended)
Coding ClubFridays from 4th March
(for 6 weeks)
The Healthy Living Centre Library
Create fun Apps with JavaScript (Ended)
Coding ClubSaturdays from 5th March (for 6 weeks)Nailsea Library
Physical Computing with the Micro:bit (Ended)
Coding ClubSaturdays from 5th March
(for 6 weeks)
Yatton Library
Make a Minecraft Game in Scratch (Ended)
WorkshopWednesday 20th April
(Easter holidays)
Weston Library
Paper Circuits – make a greetings card (Ended)
WorkshopThursday 21st April
(Easter holidays)
The Healthy Living Centre
Learn to Code in Scratch
Coding ClubFridays from 6th May
(for 6 weeks)
The Campus Library
Learn to code in Python
Coding ClubSaturdays from 7th May
(for 6 weeks)
Weston Library
Introduction to Physical Computing
WorkshopWednesday 1st JuneNailsea Library

Make a Chatbot in Python
(Workshop)

Teens coding in Python

Learn how to code a chatbot using the Python programming language. Suitable for beginners 10+ year olds. Read more about this workshop.

This workshop is taking place at Yatton Library in February on 22nd February half term (Ended).

Introduction to Wearable Technology (Workshop)

Students making wearable tech

Learn to make a wearable tech item using electronics and textiles. Suitable for 10+ year olds. Read more about this workshop.

This workshop is taking place at The Campus Library on 25th February half term (Ended).

Web Design – code your first website
(Coding Club)

Learn how to create your first website. Suitable for 8 – 12 year olds. Read more about the coding club.

This coding club is coming to The Healthy Living Centre Library for 6 weeks starting on 4th March. (Ended)

Create fun Apps with JavaScript
(Coding Club)

Learn how to code Apps that work on your phone. Suitable for 8 – 12 years old. Read more about the coding club.

This coding club is coming to Nailsea Library for 6 weeks starting on 5th March. (Ended)

Physical Computing with the Micro:bit (Coding Club)

Physical computing with the micro:bit

Learn how to program the micro:bit to use sensors. Suitable for 8 – 12 year olds. Read more about this coding club.

This coding club is coming to Yatton Library for 6 weeks starting on 5th March. (Ended)

Make a Minecraft Game in Scratch (Workshop)

Children coding in Scratch

Learn how to code a Minecraft game in Scratch. Suitable for 8 – 12 year olds. Read more about this workshop.

This workshop is coming to Weston Library on 20th April (during the Easter holidays). (Ended)

Paper circuits – make a greetings card
(Workshop)

Electronic greeting card

Make a card that lights up using LEDs. Suitable for 8 – 12 year olds. Read more about this workshop.

This workshop is coming to the Healthy Living Centre Library on 21st April (during the Easter holidays).

Learn to Code in Scratch
(Coding Club)

Learn how to code in the Scratch programming language. Suitable for 8 – 12 year olds. Read more about this coding club.

This coding club is coming to the Campus Library for 6 weeks starting on 6th May.

Learn to code with Python
(Coding Club)

Learn to program in Python. Suitable for 10+ year olds. Read more about this coding club.

This coding club is coming to Weston Library for 6 weeks starting on 7th May.

Introduction to physical computing (Workshop)

Children coding at the Summer of Code

Make a traffic light system with the RaspberryPi Pico. Suitable for 9+ year olds. Read more about this workshop.

This workshop is coming to Nailsea Library on 1st June, during half term.

The Learn to Code programme is part of North Somerset Works Together, a North Somerset Council project. 

This project is funded by the UK Government through the UK Community Renewal Fund. 

HM Government