Coronavirus update

DigiLocal Online is open to all young people from registered schools, and volunteer Ambassadors from STEM Hubs. Please contact us for more details:

All physical clubs are cancelled until further notice.

Thank you to the Quartet Community fund and the support from their Coronavrius Response Fund.

Clubs have access to loads of project guides but it’s more than just ‘teaching coding’. It’s about making rocket ships fly, navigating mazes, building chat bots, constructing platform games, tracking the International Space Station, and more!

DigiLocal @ Bradley Stoke

We want to nurture a passion and capability for engineering creativity in young people.

We work closely with community centres, high tech companies, Universities, STEM Ambassadors and other partners across the region and internationally to deliver high quality, age-appropriate, scaffolded activities on a weekly basis.

DigiLocal® is designed around a hub’n’hub concept. Each community centre is a local hub able to deliver according to their local requirements and interests.