Interested in joining a Dojo?

Dojos are fun, free and social coding clubs for young people aged 7-17. Dojos are not classes or workshops. There is no curriculum. Instead, a Dojo offers an unstructured open free learning environment where young people can meet others with similar interests and advance their 21st century skills by working on creative digital projects of their own choice.

You can look on the CoderDojo Zen map to find the Dojos that have started in Western Australia.

In WA, all Dojos are independently run, and are usually private (limited to students at a school or company etc). However there are some public Dojos which are open to public registrations.

Please note that there are very few spaces in Dojos available. If any spaces become available at public Dojos, registration links will be shared with the mailing list. You can sign up to the mailing list by completing the form below.

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Do you want to learn how to make your own games, apps, websites and more?

You don’t need a teacher or a coding club to get started. You can start at home on your own computer or tablet.

Remember that the world’s best coders are self-motivated and enjoy working on their own coding projects at home.

Complete the form below and we’ll send you some links to get you started.

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Projects by young people

Browse the selection of code-related projects made by young people learning and working together at our Dojos.

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