Code club runs on a Monday afternoon  from 3.30pm-6.30pm during term time. Sessions cost £1.50 and initially equipment will be available to borrow.  Keen new programmers may  eventually need to buy themselves some equipment, perhaps a Rasberry Pi of their own to work on at home, but no need to do so immediately.  Our tutors will advise you. What is  Raspberry Pi? It’s a tiny computer, cheap enough that young people can experiment with programming it themselves, and through our project can develop coding skills to produce  simple games, control models and much more.  We can also help you with the programming language Python, which you may need for your IT homework.  If you are a young person interested in joining this group, come along on a Monday afternoon or contact Alex at  Check out: our club may not be exactly like this, but it gives you an idea.  If you are an adult with any time to help, please let us know. Skills are not  essential. We need tea-makers as well as computer programmers, though a knowledge of both would be great of course.