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CoderDojo Foundation Report Q2 2019

19 November 2019 · by Amy O'Meara

As 2019 draws to a close, we would like to share some insights and learnings from our second quarter. Throughout Q2 we focused heavily on supporting our community members from around the world. We did this by streamlining our support systems, releasing various pieces of organisational content, and… Read More

Highlights from DojoCon Netherlands 2019

15 November 2019 · by Amy O'Meara

An incredible 200 community members attended the first ever DojoCon Netherlands, which took place in Breda earlier this month. The aim of the event was to bring together the Dutch community and its supporters, and to exchange knowledge, compare experiences and build relationships. Everyone in… Read More

Highlights of our #ChatDojo Discussion – October

6 November 2019 · by Amy O'Meara

 On 22 October, we held a two-hour #ChatDojo Twitter Chat. This was a lively session where community members had the opportunity to share feedback and answer questions. We’d like to thank everyone who took part and also share some key findings from the discussion. Topics of… Read More

Embarking on a new role with the Foundation

5 November 2019 · by Nuala McHale

Today we are excited to share the news that Giustina is returning from maternity leave and embarking on a new role in the Raspberry Pi Foundation as Director of Strategic Partnerships. Giustina has contributed so much to the CoderDojo movement over the past 7 years since joining as… Read More

7 easy ways to recognise the achievements of your Dojo members

1 November 2019 · by Amy O'Meara

CoderDojo Ninjas and volunteers do truly remarkable things, for example designing a socially impactful project or supporting a younger child with making their idea a reality. As a Dojo champion, you may be looking for ways to recognise these achievements.  Below are some simple and practical… Read More

“One big family”: How two clubs teamed up for EU Code Week

23 October 2019 · by Amy O'Meara

Many clubs across our community took part in awesome EU Code Week activities this month. Two teams took their activities a step further by connecting across Europe and collaborating with each other. Connections made across Europe Club leaders Manos and Zita first connected… Read More

Avye’s mission to make coding an inclusive activity for all

10 October 2019 · by Amy O'Meara

International Day of the Girl is a significant date for all of us, as more girls worldwide join coding clubs in their communities.  To celebrate the date, we’d like to share one girl’s incredible CoderDojo story.     How Avye discovered her… Read More

3 simple ways to move from block- to text-based programming

4 October 2019 · by Amy O'Meara

As you return #BackToDojo, you may be wondering how to challenge and engage your older Ninjas. Most Ninjas begin their learning journey with Scratch. It’s visual and delivers immediate results — perfect for beginners! However, as time goes on they may want to create projects… Read More