York CoderDojo is a friendly place to meet and develop your coding and tech skills or learn something new. We run informal sessions where young people from 7-17 and families can come along and work on projects, develop new skills, participate in challenges, whatever you want. We’re here to provide guidance, encouragement & support in a relaxed environment.
You can work on an existing project, learn something new, show us your cool coding projects or just see what’s going on.
Discover the new Raspberry Pi 5 with York Pi Jam
With 2–3× the speed of the previous generation, Raspberry Pi 5 is your computer for everything. For a limited time, you can test‑drive this powerful new product at official and community-run events all over the world, including with York Pi Jam (in partnership with York CoderDojo).
Getting to York CoderDojo:
There is a small car park on the side of the building, with numerous parking locations along Front Street.
Numerous local bus services serve the digital making activity.
The number 1 (First York) stops outside at Acomb Library
The number 5/5A (First York) stops outside at Acomb Library
The number 4 (First York) stops at Acomb Church Hall
The number 24 (York and Country by Transdev) stops at Acomb Church Hall
The number 16 (Connexions Buses) stops at Green Lane
The number 412 (Connexions Buses) stops at Acomb Shops
There are covered cycle racks available at this location.
The Keeping Digital Foundation acquired and relaunched the York CoderDojo activities from previous organisers in March 2020.
For queries about CoderDojo York or any activities before this date please visit https://yorkdojo.github.io