Free computer coding club for children aged 10 - 16 years

Coleraine CoderDojo

Free computer coding club for children aged 10 - 16 years

Coleraine CoderDojo at Ulster University Coleraine Campus is ready to kick start a new term.  CoderDojo is a volunteer-led, FREE computer coding club for children aged 10 – 16 years.  Coleraine CoderDojo is an award-winning club helping young people to learn a range of technologies, including website development, game development and computer hardware.

If you would like to volunteer to help kids learn to code, please come along to our open night on Tuesday 3rd October at 6:30pm in Lab L028, L-Block. If possible, please go to our website and signup ahead of time so we can get the paperwork started. We are a registered EDGE award activity so your hard work will go towards your award.

Or perhaps you have children between the ages of 10-16yrs old who would be interested in signing up for one of the following activities:

Click the links to book tickets.

  1. Building Mobile Apps with MIT AppInventor
  2. Building Websites with HTML and CSS
  3. Learning to Code with Raspberry Pi
  4. Making Games with Unity 3D

Sessions run consecutively for 6 weeks starting on 17th October. Each session lasts for 1.5 hours starting at 6:30pm. When you book with us online, you are signing up for the six weeks.

Spaces are limited so book now to avoid disappointment.

If you can’t make it to our open night, or would like more information about the club, please email Dr Therese Charles at

Looking forward to meeting you all!

Coleraine Coderdojo Team

Coleraine campus location info

  Find out more about our Coleraine campus


Ulster University
Cromore Road
County Londonderry
BT52 1SA

T: 028 7012 3456

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06:30PM to 08:00PM

Dr Therese Charles