Please note that due to the current circumstances, the CoderDojo at The Signal Box is cancelled until further notice. Please check back for updates.

We are delighted to announce that we have launched our free coding and digital making club at The Signal Box.
What is CoderDojo? CoderDojo is a global, open-source, volunteer-led movement that organizes free, not-for-profit coding clubs (Dojos) for young people aged 7–17. At a Dojo, young people learn to program and develop websites, apps, programs, and games, they build things with code and electronics, and much more. Members also meet like-minded people, show off what they’ve been working on, and they can take part in national and international events, such as our Coolest Projects showcase.

CoderDojo makes learning to code a fun, sociable, and creative experience.

How to join Attending is free of charge, however, signing up is necessary in order to guarantee your child a place. Visit our Dojo web page and register your interest by clicking the ‘Join’ button:

Once there, you will also be able to reserve a space for upcoming Dojo sessions. What should I bring to the event? All children should bring a laptop.

Am I required to attend? Yes, children must be accompanied by a parent/guardian, who is required to remain on the premises for the duration of the session. You will be asked to help your child(ren) get set up and ready, though, after this, our volunteer mentors will assist your children in their learning.

Should my child or I have prior coding knowledge? No, the Dojo is open to complete beginners as well as to young people who have coded before: we have skilled mentors who will help with technical questions.

Please note that we have a limited amount of spaces, so remember to sign your child up in advance for each session. We look forward to welcoming you both to our Dojo!