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Phoenix Code Club

Code Club is a nationwide network of volunteer-led after school coding clubs for children aged 9-11. Interact Labs and Phoenix run their very own Code Club with an emphasis on coding for would-be digital artists.

Learn how to write computer programs that produce amazing digital images, command drawing robots, program 3D printers and sense and control the world around you with Arduino and Raspberry Pi computers.

Our sessions run every other Monday from 4:30pm until 6pm. The programme is run by Interact Lab's Sean Clark, a registered STEM Ambassador and Talk Talk Digital Heroes nominee, and all teaching staff are DBS checked.

If you think that your child would be interested in joining the Phoenix Code Club then please register via the Phoenix website. We have a maximum class size of 10. If there are not any places available when you apply then you can go on our waiting list. Parents and carers are welcome to attend the start of the session, but space limitations mean that they are not able to be in attendance for the whole time.

Current Project

Our current project is Pollock the autonomous drawing robot! We're also having fun with the PlotterBot drawing machine.

Forthcoming Meetings