Young people events

  • Coder Dojo

    Fortnightly on Tuesdays, 5.30pm to 7pm

    A fun and relaxed programming club for young teens aged 11 - 15.

    Book a place

  • Code Club

    Thursdays, term time only 6 –7pm for 9 –11 year-olds.  

    Learn the skills of computer programming by creating computer games, animations and websites.  

    For more information email

  • 2 Counties Training Support

    2 Counties Training Programmes of Study include functional skills or GCSE as appropriate, plus vocational qualifications such as art, hospitality, construction and many more (work experience included). Ask about our expanding Traineeship Programme covering all areas of the work place, and often a stepping stone to apprenticeships. 

    For more information contact: Kelly 07568130478

  • Worcester Spark Young Writers' Group

    If you are interested in creative writing, join our Worcester Spark Young Writers' Group and get inspired!

    The group meets once a month on a Saturday during term time, and is led by writer Rick Sanders.

    Places are limited so booking is advised.

    Register here.

  • Study Happy

    Study Happy is a year-round programme designed to help students in Worcester study healthier, happier and smarter. 

    For the full programme of events and open access Study Happy resources please consult the Study Happy website:

    Please note some sessions are only open to students from selected institutions, see the website for more details.

    Monday- Friday 10am- 7pm
    Saturday 10am-5pm

    Anybody can visit the askalibrarian desk on Level 3 for help with resource finding and referencing queries.
    No need to book just drop in and ask.

    Help students like you Study Happy
    Study Happy isn’t just for students, it’s by students too. If you’d like to use your skills to help other students Study Happy, email with your ideas.

    Join us for a Study Happy visit
    As part of the programme, we’d like to invite GCSE, sixth form and Further Education students to join us for a Study Happy visit to The Hive. The visit will target a variety of aspects of students’ mental and academic wellbeing and can be tailored to suit your institution’s requirements. Some examples of what could be offered on a visit are as follows:
    • An opportunity to sign up for a library card, giving students access to both the public and university book collections
    • A tour of the building and a research skills session with our Community Liaison Librarian, Natasha
    • Relaxation, craft or gaming activities
    • Tailored advice about university applications, budgeting and university finance
    If you would like more information about bringing students from your institution to The Hive for a free Study Happy visit please email