Free Virtual Code Club Sessions

Due to the evolving COVID-19 response, we’ll be offering our services online via webinars during this time to ensure your kids can keep learning.

All you need is a computer with a microphone, and an internet connection!

Current weekly schedule

Tuesdays English 3PM EST
Scratch (Module 1)
( FULL )
4PM EST
Scratch (Module 2 - advanced)
( FULL )
5PM EST
Python (Module 1)
( FULL )

Wednesdays English 3PM EST
Scratch (Module 1)
( FULL )
4PM EST
Scratch (Module 2 - advanced)
( FULL )
5PM EST
Python (Module 2 - advanced)
( CLOSED )

Thursdays French 10AM EST (4PM CEST)
Scratch (Module 1)
( FULL )
1PM EST (7PM CEST)
Python (Module 1)
( FULL )

These sessions are best for kids aged 8 - 12 years old. To keep quality high, we will be limiting each session to 15 users.

Tips for coding along at home

We will be working on a different project every week. To check out the projects ahead of time, you can visit https://projects.raspberrypi.org/en/codeclub

Parents are encouraged to sit in and learn with their child and monitor for appropriate online interaction.

Keep exploring

Powered by Kids Code Jeunesse (KCJ).

Many kids want to continue coding after a Code Club session, so here we’ve prepared a list of further activities to keep learning and having fun.

  • Code Create Play - Online Sessions and Series
  • Sign up for KCJ’s newsletter, where we will provide weekly updates of activities for you and your kids
  • Our Code Club Projects and Resources pages offer plenty of activities for kids and caregivers to do together, at their own pace. Broken down into simple steps, these projects are accessible for all levels, even coding newbies.
  • micro:bits are one of our favourite tools to teach coding. These mini-computers can do almost anything! Check out our micro:bit tutorial series on YouTube and start creating. Or, if you’re feeling competitive, you can try to get a high score in one of our micro:bit arcade games: Valentine’s Day or Pong! Don’t have a micro:bit at home? Don’t worry - you can still brush up on your coding skills using the free micro:bit emulator.
  • Get #AlgoLit with The Algorithm Literacy Project, an effort by KCJ and CCUNESCO to demystify the world behind our computer screens and to help kids be responsible digital citizens. We all interact with algorithms every day, but most of us don’t understand what they are or how they impact our lives. Kids and care-givers can learn together through an educational video and accompanying activities.

These webinars will take place in a publicly-accessible hangout and KCJ does not assume responsibility for sharing of names made visible. By providing the link to their child, parents assume responsibility for the usual risks associated with their child’s visibility online.