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Register your Dojo

The first step in your journey to becoming a CoderDojo champion is to register your Dojo on the CoderDojo website. You should do so now, even if your Dojo is just an idea. You will then be able to get our help to make that idea a reality!

  1. Go to dojo.soy/register. If you already have an account on the CoderDojo website, sign in. If not, please register one.
  2. Once you’ve signed in, you’ll get to the Start a Dojo section of the site. Start filling in the form there with as much as about your Dojo and your team as you already know, and don’t worry if that’s not a lot right now. The form will save the information, and you can come back to fill in more sections as we talk about the respective topics over the next two weeks!

If you have any problems or questions while you’re there, look for the little blue circle with a speech bubble at the bottom of the screen. Click on it to chat with the CoderDojo Foundation team, who will help you through the process.

By following the above links you will be taken to a third party website, the use of which has been arranged by and is the responsibility of CoderDojo. On this website you will be asked to submit some information about yourself. Please make sure you are familiar with the terms and conditions and privacy policy of the third party website before submitting your information. CoderDojo will only use your personal information for the purpose stated above and in accordance with the terms of the third party website.

Whether you follow the above links and submit your personal information or not, your course progress will in no way be affected. Nor will your course marks or FutureLearn profile. For the purposes of any personal information submitted via the third party websites CoderDojo will be the data controller, not FutureLearn.

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