Code Club Australia

Over 2000 Code Clubs exist across Australia. Code Club creates projects for teachers and volunteers to teach their students the fundamentals of coding and digital technologies. The projects teach children how to program by allowing them to make computer games, animations and websites in a variety of technologies designed for kids age 8-15. A teacher can run their own Code Club by simply using these projects in their classroom. Alternatively, volunteers can team up with their local school or public venue for an hour a week as an after-school activity.

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Year band(s) 5-6, 7-8, 9-10
Content type Course or tutorial
Format Web page
Core and overarching concepts Implementation (programming), Algorithms, Computational thinking
Australian Curriculum Digital Technologies code(s)

Design algorithms involving multiple alternatives (branching) and iteration


Implement algorithms as visual programs involving control structures, variables and input


Design algorithms involving nested control structures and represent them using flowcharts and pseudocode


Trace algorithms to predict output for a given input and to identify errors


Implement, modify and debug programs involving control structures and functions in a general-purpose programming language


Design algorithms involving logical operators and represent them as flowcharts and pseudocode


Validate algorithms and programs by comparing their output against a range of test cases


Implement, modify and debug modular programs, applying selected algorithms and data structures, including in an object-oriented programming language

Technologies & Programming Language​s other programming languages
Keywords Algorithms, Programming, Computational Thinking, Coding, Coding Club, Python, Scratch
Integrated, cross-curriculum, special needs English

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