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Code Club projects

Code Club logo

Whilst Code Clubs are closed, we’re running our sessions online so that you can keep learning.

It’s easy to get involved. Each week, we’ll bring you a new project to work on. Pick the project from the list of links below. We’ll give you a week to work on it. After a week, we’ll post up a completed project.

Scratch projects

Beginners: Memory game (Scratch)

Intermediate: Build a robot (HTML)

Expert: Design your own game or project around the theme of “Space”. If you’re stuck, get hints with our:

Solutions

Week 1

Week 2

Weeks 3 to 5

We’ve scoured the web for some great resources to keep you coding.


Code club resources

Resources table
Website Description Languages
Code clubs We will be keeping our page updated with coding challenges for you! Scratch & HTML
Code Club Projects Code Club has free projects to get you started. These are the projects we use in our Code Clubs! Scratch, HTML, Python, Blender, micro:bit, Raspberry Pi
Code.org Code.org has videos and tutorials to help you learn coding at home. Blockly, HTML & CSS, Javascript, App Lab
Code Campus Code Campus has released all their Scratch tutorials for free! Scratch
Code Combat A platform-style game where you have to write code to guide your hero to complete the level. Computing vocabulary, Python & Javascript
Code Guppy Tutorials, games and more! Good for transitioning from Scratch to text-based languages. Javascript
CS Unplugged A collection of fun and engaging activities that enable children to explore fundamental ideas in Computer science, without having to use a computer. Computer science skills without a computer
Erase All Kittens A platform-style game that shows you how to write HTML to win levels and save kittens! HTML
Hour of Code One hour tutorials for a variety of skill levels. HTML, Javascript, Python, CoffeeScript, Scratch, Blockly
Micro:bit Even if you don’t have a micro:bit, you can learn what makes them tick with these tutorials. -
Sidequest A biweekly game jam that teaches you games development. Suitable for older children 13+. -
Raspberry Pi Foundation: Digital Making Weekly code-along videos led by people from Raspberry Pi. They will walk you through projects to give you a place to start and a friendly face to accompany you! Scratch, HTML, Python
TechResort Eastbourne based company TechResort have uploaded all the worksheets they use in their sessions! Scratch, HTML, Python, Photography, 3D Design
Trinket.io & Hour of Python Tutorials for writing Python. Python

Support

Eastbourne based company TechResort is offering a collaborative chat for kids over 13. For more information check their website:

TechResort chat

Forgotten password

If you are already attending or have attended a Code Club at one of our libraries and have forgotten your Scratch password please contact us.


Week 1 solutions

Rock band

Scratch project - rock band

HTML - who's awesome?

You can share your projects with us by filling in the contact us form and choosing Code Club in the drop down. If you would like us to share it on the page, don’t forget to tell us!


Week 2 solutions

Lost in space

Scratch project - lost in space

HTML - story board

You can share your projects with us by filling in the contact us form and choosing Code Club in the drop down. If you would like us to share it on the page, don’t forget to tell us!


Week 3 solutions

Ghostbuster

Scratch project - ghostbusters

HTML - wanted poster

You can share your projects with us by filling in the contact us form and choosing Code Club in the drop down. If you would like us to share it on the page, don’t forget to tell us!


Week 4 solutions

Chatbot

Scratch project - chatbot

You can share your projects with us by filling in the contact us form and choosing Code Club in the drop down. If you would like us to share it on the page, don’t forget to tell us!

A recipe for: an adventure!

Ingredients:

  • Friends
  • Danger
  • Travel
  • Fun
  • Uncertainty
  • Suspense
  • Surprise
  • Heroism

Method:

  1. Mix a heaping cup of fun with a dash of uncertainty
  2. Stir in a good handful of danger
  3. Add a sprinkle each of suspense and surprise
  4. Stir through a group of friends, soaked overnight in heroism
  5. Top with a dusting of travel (optional) and bake for 1 week to 1 year, depending
    on taste

HTML - recipe


Week 5 solutions

Paint box

Scratch project - paint box

HTML - mystery letter

You can share your projects with us by filling in the contact us form and choosing Code Club in the drop down. If you would like us to share it on the page, don’t forget to tell us!