Welcome to CoderDojo for Term 2 2019!

Welcome back to all our regular coders and everyone joining CoderDojo for the first time!

Here are the activities that each group will be working on today:


If you are new to CoderDojo and new to computer programming this is where you start:

Go to Newcomers Activities

Scratch 1

Introduction to animation

Today you’ll animate a character to make it dance. You will also learn an important computer science concept, loops. A loop is a set of instructions or actions that gets repeated over and over.

Click here for instructions for the animation project

Scratch 2

1. Make a clock

Follow these instructions to make a clock in Scratch:

2. Advanced project: Top down scroller game – part 1

Web Development

Code Club HTML/CSS activities

Module 1
Module 2

Khan Academy course

Work your way through this introductory course on Khan Academy (create an account if you don’t already have one):
Course overview and get started

Codecademy ‘Make A Website’ course

Work your way through this this course on Codecademy (create an account if you don’t already have one):
Course overview
Site structure
A Closer Look at CSS
Boundaries and space

Flexbox Froggy

A fun way to learn CSS Flexbox with Flexbox Froggy. Make sure you have learned the basics of positioning first before you do this. You should understand positioning with floats and absolute positioning before learning Flexbox.

Project – build your own website

Build a website


This session is run by Nathalie. An introduction to robotics using mBot robot kits and a block programming language called mBlock which is similar to Scratch.

Introduction to Robotics session information


A collaborative group exploring how computers can interact with the outside world through a range of sensors and controllers. Primarily we’ll be using the Raspberry Pi (http://raspberrypi.org) computer in conjunction with Arduinos (http://arduino.cc) and along the way we’ll learn about Python, C and C++ programming, digital and analogue electronics and about working together.

Electronics, Microcontrollers and Raspberry Pi session information