Activities for young people

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Our clubs and activities provide young people with a chance to develop their self confidence and gain valuable skills in a fun and relaxing environment. The sessions are free to join and all materials and equipment needed will be provided.

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We're looking for volunteers. If you're interested in volunteering at one of our clubs:

Learn digital skills

Children aged 4 to 17 years old can learn new digital skills and harness their creativity by working on fun activities alongside a volunteer.

Some of the creative activities that are available include:

Art and craft activities help to encourage children’s imagination and creativity while improving their manual dexterity. They also help instil a sense of achievement and pride in their work.

This club is for children aged 4 to 11 years old.

Any child below the age of 7 must be accompanied by an adult.

Dojos are fun spaces where children and teens can get together to learn cool new skills such as creating animations, phone apps or websites. Both Code Clubs and Coderdojos are part of Raspberry Pi community with access to support from the team, learning resources, and various online training opportunities.

The coderdojos activity is available for young people aged 7 to 17 years old.

At the code club children will be able to experiment with some of the latest technology to learn about coding, programming, building computers and robots. This supplements what they are taught at school, as these are all part of the curriculum. The clubs will be a mix of lessons and free sessions to encourage learning and creativity.

The code club is available for children aged 8 to 11 years old.

Lego clubs are great for stimulating creative thinking and encouraging joint problem solving. Working in a group, children are able to build relationships and develop social communication skills.

The Lego club is for children from 5 years old and up, but those under 7 need to be accompanied by an adult.

If you are interested in your child taking part in one of the many clubs and activities that are available at your local library, enter your postcode in the search box to see what is running in your area.