Coding for All

Coding and computer programming isn’t just for computer experts. Anyone can learn to code at any time in their life. 

Learn to code

To get you started, we've put together a range of amazing coding resources and activities for people of all ages.

Digi-Wonderland Coding CompetitionDigi-Wonderland image

Take part in our Digi-Wonderland coding competition by creating a winter-themed coding project.

It can be one of your own designs and you can use any coding program or website. You can also use one of our Digi-Wonderland coding projects on Scratch or on the Micro:Bit MakeCode website (external link). Feel free to change these projects however you like - new colours, new music, new designs, it's up to you!

What's the prize? A winner will be picked by our team and awarded a Micro:Bit starter kit and crafty materials.

To enter the competition you will need to:

  • Email digitalsupport@wigan.gov.uk with your finished coding project. You can send a link to your project or if you’re not sure how to do that, send a photo instead
  • Make sure you include your name and age in your email.

The competition runs from 1st December 2020 to 17th January 2021, 8pm.

Only one person can enter per entry and if you're under 16, you must get permission from your parents/guardian to enter.

Don’t want to take part but still want to code?

You don’t need to enter the competition to play with coding projects. You can:

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