Maynooth University Department of Computer Science will restart CoderDojo sessions which have been on pause since 2020.
This is a free, weekly event for students aged 8-16. For any students 12 or under, a parent or guardian will need to remain in attendance for the session. For those 13 or older, parent can choose to remain or not.
For beginners, we will run Scratch sessions every week with material that the kids can follow along with. For more experienced kids, we will have a rotating topic every 1-2 weeks. The first couple of weeks will look at Java programming. You can attend every week, but it's not a problem missing out on any of the sessions.
If you are interested, please fill out the sign-up form: https://forms.office.com/e/NS0M06v5vF We are limited to 90 places and the form will close once that number is reached, at which point we will take waitlist interest.
We are running a 5-week series starting Tuesday 14th November from 5pm - 7pm.
2023 CoderDojo dates:
Tuesday 14th November 5 pm - 7pm (Science Week)
Tuesday 21st November 5 pm - 7pm
Tuesday 28th November 5 pm - 7pm
Tuesday 5th December 5 pm - 7pm
Tuesday 12th December 5 pm - 7pm
Computer Science Software Labs, Ground Floor, Eolas Building, North Campus, Maynooth University - a map of the North Campus and transport information can be found here. Eolas is building 40 on the campus map.
What to bring:
- We have computers for everyone to use but you can bring your laptop if you wish.
- A parent/guardian over 18 must stay for the duration with children aged 12 and under.
- In order to attend you must complete the on-line Registration Form in advance of attending class.
If coming by car, note that parking charges and restrictions at Maynooth University do not apply from 5pm so you can park for free without needing a ticket or pass. We recommend you park in car park 4 or 5a, located at the back of the North Campus, as these are the closest car parks to the Eolas Building.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information
Maynooth University, Department of Computer Science