FREE coding club for young people interested in programming


Free coding session for young people interested in programming.

Welcome to CoderDojo at The Prince Philip Maritime Collections Centre.

The Prince Philip Maritime Collections Centre's CoderDojo is a free coding club for young people (7-17) interested in programming. The monthly club will consist of 90 minutes of programming; in which you can take part in an array of specially designed coding activities inspired by the museum's vast collection. In the final half an hour of the session, you will be able to share and present your projects with your peers.

The knowledgeable and friendly mentors will support you whilst you try out different tasks and activities. Create projects in Scratch, Python, HTML and more; No matter if you are a programming master or a total beginner, everyone is welcome in this club.

What do I need to bring?
- laptop and charger to work on
- notepad and a pencil, to jot down ideas or any usernames/passwords created during the session

* Suitable for ages 7- 17 | Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult

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  • Advance booking essential
  • Free Entry


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Coder Dojo

Type:Children's Activity Event

Prince Philip Maritime Collections Centre, Learning Space, Nelson Mandela Road, Kidbrooke, London, SE3 9QS
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Tel+44 (0)20 8858 4422

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Opening Times

December (2 Dec 2023)
Saturday10:30 - 12:00

* FREE Admission - Booking Essential -


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