CoderDojo is a global movement of free, open, volunteer-led coding clubs (Dojos) where young people aged 7–17 (Ninjas) can explore digital technology with the support of their fellow Ninjas and volunteer mentors. CoderDojo’s mission is to give young people around the world the opportunity to learn to code in a social and safe environment.
CoderDojo is an opportunity to get young people interested in coding by helping them create their own projects with code for example games or animation.
FREE PIANO classes are available to children aged 6 years and above. Lessons are taught by a qualified tutor. To book your child’s place contact us here at the FRC. Thanks to MAEDF grant from Louth and Meath ETB we are able to loan all equipment needed so children can access online classes from home. Nominal fee applies to loan of equipment to cover insurance and maintenance costs.
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Cula Bula Youth Club is a volunteer led youth club for children aged 6 to 12 who usually meet one hour per week on a Monday evening. Sessions are planned with young people and in the past included art and crafts, baking, games, movie nights, annual trips away. The club is affiliated with Youth Work Ireland and supported by Trim FRC. All volunteers are trained and Garda vetted, and give their hearts and time to ensure the club is inclusive and fun for all of young people in the community. For further information or to register, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Polish Children's Club
The Polish Children’s club is a volunteer led initiative open to all children in the community. The club aims to share the gift of Polish language and culture through fun activities, crafts, games, books and family events. This is a new initiative, and we hope to get the Club registered with Meath Youth Work Ireland soon.
If you are interested in getting involved or finding out more, contact us via email@example.com or call 046 9438850.
The more helping hands, the better! Knowledge of Polish language is not required…Instead what is needed from you to get involved is to have some enthusiasm, interest, and spare time each week.
Each year staff and volunteers put their creative thinking together to organise low-cost camps for children during Easter, Summer and Halloween holidays. Activities are planned in various age groups from under 6s, 6 to 9s, 10 to 12s and 13 to 17s so that children of all ages are looked after.
Easter Egg hunts
Tiny Tots Story telling sessions
Pop up Playgrounds
Art and Crafts
Canoeing (thanks to volunteers from Trim Canoe Club!)
Walk and Talk Trim tours (thanks to a local tour guide Cynthia!)
Trips to Trim Playcentre (thanks to Donnie Quinn transport!)
Those activities are hugely supported by volunteers, local community groups and businesses. Additional funding is secured by Trim FRC via local councillors, Meath County Council, IYF Applegreen Blossom Fund to ensure that suitable equipment and resources are available.
For more information, keep an eye on social media or contact firstname.lastname@example.org – ph. 046 9438850.