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Coding Coach Hub



This is for anyone that wants to teach high school learners how to code using the CodeJIKA curriculum.
Your goal is to introduce coding and create coding clubs in various high schools in your area and encourage high schools students to take part in a coding learning competition.

Create coding clubs at various high schools in your local area and build a network of student run clubs

Work with fellow coding coaches,social impact builders, educators, and community members to build a supportive and collaborative learning environment for students.

Take part in running Local or National Competitions

(See the links below)

Welcome Coaches, are you ready to kickstart your coaching journey?

We have added all the necessary documents that will assist you on your journey.
UPCOMING WEBINAR DATES is inviting all coaches/teachers/trainers that want to learn how to create and run successful coding clubs in your school.
Connect with each other and us. Learn about:
- How to Introduce the Program to a school
- How to schedule a Intro Session with a teacher
- Teach the 1-Hour Website and the Offline Curriculum
There will be events in May 2023.
Please check back in the next few days
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01: Next Steps

We are thrilled to have you take part in our Code Coach Program, See the resources below to help you get started.

02: How to Kickstart an Intro Coding Session in a School

The documents below will help you run your 1st coding session. Feel free to make changes to the school letter by adding your contact information, this will make it easier for the school to communicate with you.

03: How to Start a Coding Club As a Coach

Congrats on hosting a roadshow and starting your lessons with the students! It is now time to create coding clubs. Download the documents below to get started.

04: Offline Curriculum

Most schools don’t have sufficient connectivity to enable learners to use the online CodeJIKA platform. The offline curriculum enables you to teach without any connectivity and without installing any software.

Teaching Style: Remember, this is mainly self and peer-to-peer driven learning. So as the Coach your job is to enable learners to discuss in small groups every 30 minutes to solve each other’s bugs and make progress. Only after discussing and asking help from another group, should you help them directly.

05: About CodeJIKA is a FUN and FREE coding program for high-schools. Our mission is to create awesome experiences, cool online tools and fun curriculum to support the youth of today and leaders of tomorrow. is a social impact project driven by Code for Change, supporters & partners.

06: Branding

Download our cool branding for your next event. Feel free to add your logo and details on the posters.
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If you have any questions, please feel free to send an email to [email protected]


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Freakin' Awesome Questions

CodeJIKA is a coding curriculum designed for high school learners, it aims to promote digital literacy and prepare students for the digital economy.

You can approach your local school’s administration and pitch the idea of starting a coding club. You can also reach out to other students who are interested in coding and collaborate with them to create the club. 

While previous coding or teaching experience can be helpful, it’s not necessarily required to become a CodeJIKA coach. You should have a passion for education and a willingness to learn and help others.

CodeJIKA provides training and support for its coaches, including online resources, webinars, and in-person training sessions. You can also connect with other coaches and educators in the CodeJIKA community to share ideas and resources.

You can start at any time, however if you want your students to take part in the upcoming competitions, please follow the competition page and stay up to date.

Anyone who wants to give back to their community. All Volunteers must read the Code of Conduct and sign it and email it to [email protected] before starting their volunteer journey. Our learners’ safety is our number 1 priority.

Download Code of Conduct here:

This is a volunteer based opportunity. We will send a small stipend for data, posters and any other marketing materials needed. However you need approval from the CodeJIKA team.

Did not find an answer you are looking for?
Visit the frequently asked questions page to see additional QnA and latest updates.


Freakin' Awesome Questions

Try and get it done by 31 May 2023.

You can try training ASAP.

  1. You can approach the school administration and speak to the principal about the program and ask for a date to host the intro session when the schools re-open.
  2. Some schools host holiday camps, you can approach a school and ask for 1 hour to host an Intro session during the holiday camp.
  3. You can wait until the schools re-open.

Send an email to [email protected] to get your country listed.

You can find it by visiting the Coach Hub page and see the curriculum section:

Please look at the milestones document, it will guide you

You will receive a daily stipend (Equivalent to $10 in your local currency) based on the fixed number of days aligned with coaching outcomes and the milestones reached.

  1. We have “Day Goals” for each successful day of coaching. ( Equivalent to $10 in your local currency)
  2. And Milestones which equal two daily stipends. ( Equivalent to $20 in your local currency)

For more details on the goals for each day and what the milestone are, please check the “Milestones” document in the “Next Steps” section on the Coach Hub page

Firstly, you’re amazing. Thanks so much for this impact you are making.

In order to keep communication smooth, we request evidence for each day and milestone. Most of this will be submitted via a form once or twice a month. But we’d love to see your selfies in the classroom in our chat groups as well.


“Day Goals” evidence is primarily the selfies and photos you take at the classroom.

But may also include the outcomes created by learners or the attendance register of the day. ( We’ll be building better tools for this as we move along, but for now our reporting is quite simple.)

Milestone Evidence is directly related to the specific milestone. For example, if the milestone is to create a Coding Club, then a filled out Club Ethos sheet and Club Profile along with a photo and list of the founding members is evidence.

We pay via Mukuru or World Remit, but if this is not available for your country an alternative is arranged.

Payments are made monthly, and are calculated based on the number of “Day Goals”and milestones reached which the coach has listed and attached evidence for.


More Freakin' Awesome Questions?

We tried to add all the answers to the questions we frequently get, If you cannot find an answer, use the support group links to post your question to a community of other coaches and ambassadors.
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If you have any questions, please feel free to send an email to [email protected]


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