The Wizzie Wizzie Computer Coding Club (W2C3) is a project of Diverse Digital, an education technology charity. The project offers free computer coding classes to 8-14 year-olds. The 90-minute classes are held on Saturdays during which the children are taught Scratch, Ruby, Python and Groovy.
All our tutors are professional programmers and are CRB checked. We currently run four clubs in London. Our mid-term aim is to have a Club in every London Borough. The project is entirely self-financing.
The W2C3 was founded in 2013 by tech journalist and former City University journalism lecturer Milverton Wallace and computer programmer Dave Sutherland.
Our Trustees are:
- Professor Gus John, educationalist and activist, honorary fellow at the Institute of Education, University of London and Chair of the Communities Empowerment Network – http://www.gusjohn.com/
- Nick Lockett, commercial and IP lawyer, CEO at ADL Solicitors
- Professor Dave Nicholas, former head, Department of Information Science, City University, and director, Department of Information Studies, University College London. Now director of CIBER Research Ltd
- David Sutherland, computer programmer [firstname.lastname@example.org]
- Atiti Sosimi, games developer
- Milverton Wallace, tech journalist [email@example.com]