Just a reminder there be the final Sunday session this coming Sunday 25th June. We will celebrate the success of our winning Ninjas at CoolestProjects and another successful term CoderDojo Dun Laoghaire and hope that some of the Wednesday Ninjas will come to share in the fun.
We will be taking a short break to go green and celebrate St Patricks Day! We will be restarting on Sunday 26th March.
Enjoy the holiday!
Wednesday 15th February 6.30 – 8.30 p.m. in IADT
Hello Bezlo… Coding to catwalk
The Hello Bezlo event is here to merge Fashion and Technology in collaboration with CoderDojo and Zalando. And we are pleased to invite you!
This free event is all about demonstrating how technology can enhance beautiful fashion creations. We have held fashion tech events before but none quite like this!
Aimed at teenage girls with an interest in fashion, we hope to light up your evening with an LED fashion workshop run by our talented fashion designer, followed by speakers from the Zalando team. This event is sure to empower, inspire and educate … Bezlo style.
Click here for more information and booking!
Yes we are open again this Halloween weekend! There will be a competition to create the scariest Halloween project as well as a few Halloween treats to keep us going through the session!. See you there….and don’t forget the clocks go back on Saturday!
As part of Dojocon 2016 CoderDojo Dun Laoghaire is holding a DojoCamp in the Peoples Park from 11-2pm. Come on down and do some fun coding!
Note: The Sunday METNS session will not be running in the school today, come on down to the park instead!
The EU Dojo is taking place again this year on the 17th October in the European Parliament in Brussels to celebrate EU Code Week. At the event MEP’s will be taught their first lines of code by CoderDojo youth attendees!
Would you like to attend the event in Brussels and teach the MEP’s a thing or two about coding?
We are specifically looking for young people who are eager to Mentor or who already Mentor at their Dojo. This is a great opportunity for Ninjas to showcase the skills and creativity present in their Dojos to a very important audience of MEPs. We want the Ninjas, Champions and Mentors who attend EU Dojo to show MEPs just how cool coding is and how much fun you have doing it!
If you want to attend talk to one of the Mentors!
We are proposing to restart the Sunday sessions on the 11th of September and the Wednesday sessions on the 14th of September. If you have not attended before please register your interest using the waitlist form on the right (or bottom if viewing on a mobile device) of this page.
Each term we release a limited number of tickets for the available places shortly before the start of the term. Everyone on the waitlist is sent a link to register, places do go quickly.
We are constantly trying to expand the number of places available, which is largely limited to the number of available Mentors.
Note: You can also check with other Dojo’s listed on the www.coderdojo.com website if you are unable to get a slot with us.
The eir Junior Spiders is Open for Entries.
Entries for the eir Junior Spiders
are now OPEN!!
Both eir and CoderDojo are looking forward to see innovative projects you have been working on! All entries for the eir Junior Spiders received before Friday 26th February 2016 will go into a draw to win a brand new Microsoft Lumia 535 Phone!
Entries Close Wednesday March 9th 2016.
The deadline to complete the application is 9th March 2016. This application is open to Irish Dojos only.
If you have any queries please contact Ailbhe Cooke directly on:
Using Scratch allows students to develop creative and critical thinking, problem-solving and communication skills as they work collaboratively or individually on Scratch projects.
In operation since 2010, the National Scratch Competition has established itself among both teachers and students as a leading platform and showcase for Ireland’s aspiring digital creators.
Entry is open to individual students and groups of all ages.
How to enter:
1. Register your details now on scratch.ics.ie. Please note that you will need to re-register for this year if you have not already done so.
2. Design & create your project at www.scratch.mit.edu. This can be a game, animation, story, simulation or music project.
3. Once your project is complete, upload your project URL and student details to enter the competition at scratch.ics.ie. (Please note when entering your project a direct URL link must be entered to be judged)
4. Entries can only be accepted if they are accessible via the Scratch website atwww.scratch.mit.edu. Offline projects must also be uploaded to this website also.
Dates to Remember:
Register your interest: Now!
Submit your entries by: 12th February 2016
National Finals: Thursday 28th of April 2016 in RDS
For more information visit scratch.ics.ie or if you have any queries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org