Welcome to our Scratch site.
As of 2015 we have switched to Scratch 2.0 from Scratch 1.4. You can download Scratch 2 (offline version - ideal for our sessions) here. Follow steps 1 and 2 on the download page. Then grab the Getting Started guide from here and build a few of the projects. There's also a 3-minute getting started video here.
Get recognition for your work by taking our Scratch challenge
Would you like to have something to show for your time spent coding? You can now take this Scratch Challenge and if you complete it successfully, we will issue you with a certificate like this. Exciting, eh?
Using the laminated cards we hand out in the Dojo, also available at the Dropbox link below:
We have a Dropbox folder where you can explore, save or print out various guides and handouts to use at home or in our sessions.
See some of our projects
Scratch games cannot currently be played on phones, because they rely on Adobe Flash Player, which is unavailable on phones. To see the many projects uploaded by our CoderDojo Bray coders, visit http://scratch.mit.edu/users/coderdojobray/projects/ using a computer.
Beyond Scratch: Advanced: Get a Raspberry Pi
Beyond Scratch: Advanced: Build HTML5 games using Phaser
Finally, here are a few snaps from a typical sesion in Bray: