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 Schools and Education Volunteering

​Code Club Leader​Raspberry Pi Foundation​Multiple Locations

Code Club is a national network of free, volunteer led, after school computer coding clubs for 9-11 year olds. We teach kids how to be digital makers using a curriculum that include projects for Scratch, HTML, CSS and Python.

Code Clubs run weekly, after school, during term time and last 1 hour.

We currently have 20 local Primary Schools who are looking for volunteers to run Code Club at their school. We offer great training, support and content for the sessions, and there will always be a teacher in the room to support you while the club is running

Code Club is part of the Raspberry Pi Foundation, which works to put the power of digital making into the hands of people all over the world.

We ask that all our volunteers commit to a minimum of 12 x 1 hour sessions, usually split over two half terms.

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Contact: Dan Powell, southeast@codeclub.org.uk 

 

Homework Club Volunteer​Kings CollegeGuildford

​Come and support students at a local secondary school with their homework in Kings College's new after school club. A great opportunity to develop coaching skills.

The club will run Mondays - Thursdays 3.15 - 4pm. You don't need to come along to each one! Staff will be there to lead the club and support you each session as well.

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​Contact: Hannah Trott, h.trott@surrey.ac.uk  ​ ​