Kat Leadbetter

Kat Leadbetter

Kat is Programme Coordinator for Code Club around the world, working on international club support, comms, translations and more. She loves tea, learning Japanese and hearing new facts about space.

Location UK

Activity

  • So glad to hear you enjoyed the course @SagunDhungana!

  • Glad to hear you enjoyed the course @LetusNyati!

  • Absolutely @LetusNyati - resilience is one of the key things young people learn when coding!

  • Glad you enjoyed the project @ItishreeBehera :)

  • That's great @DEBASHISHBEHURIA

  • Great to have you with us on the course @JYOTSHNARANIMOHAPATRA

  • Welcome to the course @PrasheethaBalamurugan!

  • Great to hear you enjoyed the course @SaraswatiSahuS.Sahu :)

  • Welcome to the course @SabrinaKirwan

  • Really hope you find the course useful @LetusNyati :)

  • Welcome to the course @CHANDANGOUDA!

  • Great to meet you too @LetusNyati

  • This is a great idea @JITENDRIYAHOTA

  • Sounds like a great starting point @SWATISHREERATH

  • That's fantastic to hear @IvanaBeric!

  • Absolutely @DibyaranjanBibhar! Being creative and adding your own personal touch to a project is a great way to learn

  • Where did you get stuck @SujataSahoo?

  • Where did you get stuck @SwagatikaPanda?

  • @ADITYAKUMARBHATRA It's great that you're looking to develop your understanding more widely, but it's important to remember you don't have to be an expert in order to use these languages or software in your club. Each project is designed to walk you through step by step and you can learn alongside your club. As long as you've worked through the project ahead...

  • I think you've hit the nail on the head here @RaymondFong - whilst it has some advantages, BYOD can stop young people who don't have access to hardware at home, or don't have a device they can bring with them, from participating. You could consider giving it as an option in your club for those who want to do it, in addition to having available hardware at your...

  • @SanjayKumarMohapatra An in-person session would be in a physical class yes, as opposed to an online session, which might take place via Zoom or Google Meet

  • That's brilliant @MarkBlackmore, pair programming at a club can produce some excellent results :)

  • Sounds like a great start @BijayMajhi

  • @MANOJSAHU Once your club has registered, you'll be able to download all the certificates and resources via your club dashboard

  • That's great @HARIPADABARIK!

  • Welcome @MANOJSAHU, hope you enjoy the course!

  • We're excited to have you with us on the course @RahasaBihariDas :)

  • Great to have you with us on the course @TSandhyaRani

  • Glad you had fun with the project @SoniaPotter!

  • Hi @TarekSeghiri - once you've registered a club, you'll be able to download all the resources

  • Welcome to the course @HannahMorrison, it's great to hear you're looking to start a club!

  • Welcome to the course @TarekSeghiri, it's great to have you with us

  • Really pleased to hear you enjoyed the course @AlexAdams - let us know if the team can do anything to help you get started!

  • Sounds like a brilliant idea @AlexAdams

  • Excellent coding @AlexAdams, I hope you enjoyed trying out the project!

  • Welcome @MeaMynhardt

  • Welcome to the course @HelenRattigan

  • Great to have you with us on the course @AlexAdams!

  • That's great @AngelaAquino, we'd love to see the things your club members make as well!

  • Absolutely @AngelaAquino. It's great to help foster that confidence

  • Great to see that you tried something new @AngelaAquino! I'm glad to hear it went well

  • This is such a brilliant introduction to computing story, thanks for sharing @DaveStead!

  • Thanks for joining us on the course @MarwaShawky

  • That's great @MarwaShawky, running a Code Club is a great opportunity for you to develop your coding skills

  • That's great to hear @AdelaÇomo!

  • Thanks for the feedback @DanielaSosoli - good luck starting your Code Club!

  • Really glad to hear you enjoyed the course @AlaaFawzyMohamed

  • So glad to hear you enjoyed the course @LauraThomas. Best of luck with your club!

  • We can't wait to hear about the amazing things your club makes with code @AdelaÇomo!

  • That's an excellent goal to start with @DanielaSosoli!

  • Lovely idea @LauraThomas

  • Absolutely agree @DanielaSosoli. I think the certificates can be a great way to celebrate students' successes - whether they manage to complete a module of projects, or simply give their best effort during Code Club sessions

  • Sounds like a great introduction for your Code Club @LauraThomas :)

  • That's great @AlaaFawzyMohamed - you can use your 2 clubs to offer a range of levels of coding and different activities to your learners

  • Hi @piscinlabanim3 - have you received an email saying that your club has been activated yet? It may be that your application is still being reviewed. Drop the team an email if you're not sure at support@codeclub.org and we'll help you. :)

  • Great to hear you're looking to start a club @asommuk, welcome to the course

  • Welcome @piscinlabanim3!

  • Welcome to the course @AlaaFawzyMohamed

  • Great to have you with us @AntonioLaBarba

  • Welcome @AdelaÇomo, great to have you with us on the course!

  • Thanks for sharing your feedback @jamesstephenson!

  • @AfiaAsif It absolutely is!

  • Thanks for letting us know @JudeMcElhone, should all be fixed now :)

  • Welcome to the course @JudeMcElhone. One thing you may want to consider with limited hardware is pair programming - it halves the number of devices you need and gives young people a chance to work collaboratively on coding their project

  • Great to have you on the course @LisaWells - setting up a Code Club can be a great project to work on as a trainee teacher!

  • Really glad you enjoyed the course @ceontebrown :)