We provide free projects and resources for you to run a Club for children aged 8-16 in your centre.
You don’t need to have coding and related technology knowledge to run a club. Using our step-by-step project guides is a great way to learn skills and build technology confidence for both you and your students!
You can choose to run the club by yourself, or if you’d like some help, you can connect with Club volunteers in your local area through our website.
- Run the club in the way that suits you and your students — we suggest clubs running for an hour a week with around 15-20 students
- We offer our projects and resources for free, and in return we ask that you offer your club free of charge
- If you’re working with volunteers, you must make sure they are accompanied and supported at all times
Get Started with Club
Step 1: Register your service centre on our website.
Step 2: Volunteers near you will be matched with your centre. You could also ask parents or people in your local community to help.
Step 3: Meet your volunteers to organise the club.
Step 4: Get your club activated! Just log in to your Club Hub and add volunteers to your club using their email address.
Step 5: Use the free Club projects, which are step-by-step guides for the children to follow, to run the club sessions.
Step 6: Check out the extra resources for active clubs in your Club Hub.
If you’d like to run the club without a volunteer, make sure to select this option when you sign up so that your club will be activated.