The EU Code Week is an annual event that aims to promote digital literacy and programming across Europe and beyond. During this week, a wide variety of educational activities and programming-related events take place in different countries in Europe. These activities are designed to foster interest in programming and technology among people of all ages, from children to adults.
EU Code Week provides a platform for schools, organizations, businesses, and technology enthusiasts to organize workshops, conferences, talks, and other programming-related events. The goal is to make programming accessible and fun and to promote the idea that everyone can learn to program and benefit from digital skills in an increasingly technology-driven world.
This initiative is supported by the European Commission and has experienced significant growth since its inception, involving millions of people across Europe in programming and technology-related activities. EU Code Week reflects Europe’s commitment to digital education and the promotion of essential digital skills for the future.
At Juan de Lanuza School, we are fortunate to have Cristian Ruiz as an Ambassador and Ricardo Aguado as a Teacher.