Thank you for your interest in joining the Code Club community! Due to the coronavirus pandemic, there are different restrictions in place across the world. Please follow the appropriate public health advice for your country or region before planning in-person club sessions.

If you are ready to start an in-person club soon, then please register your club details and we will be in touch.

If you’re not able to start your club in person yet, there are many other ways that you can get involved in the meantime. Check out the exciting opportunities for young people, parents, volunteers, and educators to learn and get creative with technology through Digital Making at Home from the Raspberry Pi Foundation.

Translate our Projects

Volunteer to translate our projects and help more children around the world learn to code in their native language

At Code Club we want to reach as many children across the world as we can, no matter what language they speak. Our volunteers have helped translate our projects into 28 languages, but we have a long way to go before we have a truly global curriculum.

Translating our projects is a great way to support Code Club if you aren't able to start a club of your own yet. No prior tech knowledge is needed to be a translator, and we'll support you with each step of the process.

How it works

Complete our translator form to tell us about you and the languages you speak.

Use the platform Crowdin to translate, review, and test our projects in your native language.

Make Code Club projects accessible to more children around the world.

If you are interested in translating our projects and resources, please complete our translator form. Our Translation Manager will be in touch within a week to send you more details.

Code Club around the world

Discover whether we have a Code Club national partner in your country.

Start a Club

Set up a Code Club and help young people in your country learn to code.