For libraries

Bring the skills of the future to your community! With fun, free, easy coding projects and training.

Register your club

Why run a Code Club?

Code Club is a nationwide network of volunteer-led coding clubs with a mission to #getkidscoding. We provide free resources and training to empower any adult to teach coding to kids in their community.

With support from the Telstra Foundation , we strive to give every child the chance to build skills, confidence and opportunity to shape their world!

See our free online training to help you get started

What's involved?

Every librarian can start a club! Get started on your coding journey with these simple steps.

Step 1

Register your club to join the Code Club community and get access to a range of resources to help you get started.

Find your state's requirements

Step 2

Try one of our 210+ self-guided coding projects and organise the technology that will be used for the class. All you need are computers for the kids (they can share) and access to the internet.

Try one of our coding lessons here

Step 3

Run the club as part of your libraries programming. We have plenty of resources and a fantastic community to support you every step of the way.

Check out these resources to get started

Step 4
Run the club

Our 210+ coding projects have something for everyone, with different themes like science, art, and the environment. All coding lessons are designed to be completed in a 45-60 min session. Extra activities keep more advanced students engaged.

See our 210+ coding projects here

Support and training

Give one of our Scratch starter projects a go to experience how easy it is to make and teach code!

Join one of our online training modules for more support.

  • Access 100s free fun projects
  • Anyone can teach
  • 13,000 active clubs worldwide