To learn about the over-arching CoderDojo movement, see: https://coderdojo.com/
CoderDojo Malahide is a coding club where the students (aged 7-17) work with a group of technical mentors to learn more about building websites, developing computer games and writing computer software using many different technologies. Our mentors are IT and Engineering professionals, educators, parents, and students, who have a passion for technology and want to share that with the kids.
Students are encouraged to build on their knowledge and experiment at home between sessions.
CoderDojo Malahide is entirely free to join, limited only by the number of places we can provide.
We run alternately on Saturday mornings and Sunday afternoons each weekend during school term in St Sylvester’s parish centre, who kindly donate their premises to us.
The number of students can we cater for depends on the availability of volunteer mentors, so we cannot guarantee a place to everyone who wants one, but we will do our best.
CoderDojo aims to be a fun, engaging way to make new friends who share an interest in computing and technology, learn new things, and explore how to create using computers.