We mentor children from 6-16 in the creative world of code, future-proofing them with problem-solving skills, communication, independence and confidence.
Coding is no longer just a tool for IT professionals, it's a skill all children should learn to prepare them for the digital world they are growing up in.
The (only) online, fully supported, coding club!
Go deeper in to projects, get online support from our mentors and take your creativity to the next level.
Join live group sessions and hack a new game every week
with real-time video and screen-share help from award-winning mentors!
Our UK based mentors are online every day to help your child if they get stuck, need any direction, or just fancy sharing the latest cat meme...
They're also available for 1-2-1 sessions to get a boost, or to go deeper in to the code and really nail how code works at a fundamental level.
Watch and create games, animations, simulations and more in the
Children LOVE to play games they have created themselves - they love it even more if you play them too!
Take classic games like space invaders, pac-man and hundreds more, then hack them in our live hack clubs - this is where your children get super creative!
Children are growing up in an increasingly digital world - learning to code gives them important life skills regardless of the job they end up doing!
We know that learning to code should be all about having fun, getting creative and feeling the freedom to explore without constraints! It's less about lecturing and more about nurturing and enabling your child on their coding journey.
Our creator studio, clubs, and 1-2-1 sessions are tailored to your child's age and experience. In no time at all, they'll be playing the games they've built and we'll encourage them to customise (or as we call it, "hack") their games, as well! Allowing them to explore and learn naturally ensures children remain engaged and interested in the diverse world of code. From 6-16 years old, beginner to expert, we know that this approach helps foster life-long skills and interests without it ever feeling like work.
We've worked with hundreds of children in our online and physical clubs and have seen children go quickly from being completely new to computers to making their creative projects and games.