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Cambridge children have been learning to create apps for their phones and build their own websites at free coding clubs.

CoderDojo at The Bradfield Centre, Cambridge. Picture: davidjohnsonphotographic.co.uk
CoderDojo at The Bradfield Centre, Cambridge. Picture: davidjohnsonphotographic.co.uk

The clubs are run by CoderDojo, a global open-source, volunteer-led movement that organises the not-for-profit dojos for young people aged 7-17.

Sessions are held one Saturday a month at the Bradfield Centre on the Cambridge Science Park – and this month’s session took place last Saturday (October 26).

Each session is unique and at a dojo, young people learn how to programme and build things with code and electronics.

Members also meet like-minded people, make friends and show off what they’ve been working on.

The CoderDojo movement believes that an understanding of programming languages is increasingly important in the modern world and that nobody should be denied the opportunity




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