CoderDojo is an inclusive movement, and welcomes people of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities into the community, both as participants and as organisers. Accessibility is a founding principle of the CoderDojo movement: our vision is that all young people should have the opportunity to learn about technology and be creative in a safe and social environment.
This guide is aimed towards anyone who is involved in running a Dojo, in particular champions, mentors, and other organisers. At your Dojo, you will have lots of different participants, including participants with disabilities and/or additional needs. In this guide, we discuss how you can make your Dojo more accessible through listening to your participants, making reasonable adjustments, and deciding what works best, so that they can have the best possible CoderDojo experience.
There are two versions of the guide attached to this help article: A digital version with a larger font size, and a print-ready version in booklet format.