Having obtained his Undergradute degree from University of Wolverhampton and Masters from Staffordshire University, Manny is the founder of School of Coding. Currently head of business development and growth stratedgy. Specialises in GCSE and A-Level intervention programs for schools. A member of Aston University Business School Alumni.
Having obtained a degree in Psychology and multiple qualifications in training and assessing, Sandeep is now head of computing within primary schools, specialising in after-school clubs and national workshops. She is also responsible for recruiting new talent for the company.
Hi, I'm Clare, Operations Manager at School of Coding, School of Cyber Security, The Work College and SOC Learning. Over the years I’ve worked in advertising, marketing, law, software, education, and business management and growth. That’s why my role at School of Coding suits me so well. It’s the perfect mix of everything I know and love. Outside of work, I’m a mum to my thirteen-year-old son, and I’m passionate about being the best I can be and encouraging others to do the same, both inside and outside of the workplace. My favourite thing about my role is working with the team and working on the ever-changing, ever-diverse projects we undertake as coding educators. My advice to my ten-year-old self would be to listen to and trust your gut instinct. And I would love to be mentored by Alan Sugar!
Hi, I'm Hareem, and my main responsibility is overseeing the company's financial strategy, which includes monitoring budgets, allocating resources, managing finances, and financial forecasting. All of this is possible thanks to the assistance of my finance team. A key part of the role is connecting and building relationships with our customers. This is a key skill in our business and reflects our core values; we strive for customer satisfaction regardless of your role! It would be a dream come true to be mentored by Steven Bartlett - he emphasises the importance of following your inner voice and knowing your purpose in life and work - a true inspiration! If I could spend a day in the life of a famous person, it would undoubtedly be David Attenborough!
Hi, I’m Harjeet and I work as a part of the finance team. I have also taken part in making a difference in Europe with the Erasmus project, being a part of projects such as Coding 4 Autism. Being able to make Europe a better place makes me feel better as a person knowing my work is making a difference. If I was in an alternative career it would be a football player for Liverpool Football Club and England.
Hi, my name is Kruti, I work in Digital Marketing at School of Coding. My favourite aspect of my role is the ability to think outside of the box, be innovative and create content that I am proud to say is my own. During the week, you can find me creating Graphics on Canva and shooting fun TikToks of my colleagues. Outside of work, I express my creative side through painting – my best work includes painting landscapes. My childhood dream was to be an astronaut - exploring space and having infinite possibilities! I may not have been able to go to infinity and beyond, but I can say I have gone above and beyond in my role!
Hello my Name is Kiran and I am Head of the Tuition Department. I handle all new Business enquiries making sure the customer knows exactly what we offer and how our subjects will benefit their Student journey with School of Coding. One thing I love about my job is hearing positive feedback on how we have helped students and what a difference we have made to building their confidence. I have experienced my own child creating games and laughing with his online tutor, showing me online learning is just as much fun as face to face learning! I enjoy going out to Schools meeting Staff and Students explaining the benefits Coding has to offer.
I am Claire Martin I work on the Tuition Desk, as a Tuition Desk coordinator. My role is to help with the administration and running of the Tuition desk, to ensure lessons run as smoothly as possible. And keeping parents informed of any issues that may arise. A super power I wish I had was to have a photographic memory.
Hi, I’m Chloe, and at School of Coding, I work with sales and admin for the tuition department, my favourite thing about working in this role is talking to new clients from different backgrounds and helping them wherever I can. Not every day or enquiry is the same so it makes the day more interesting. My dream job when I was 5 was to become a vet. I couldn't imagine doing this now. My favourite subject whilst in school was Performing Arts. If I had a superpower I would love to know what people are thinking so I could get ahead of them.
My name is Emma Jenvey and I am the Employer Engagement Officer for the In2Employment Programme at The School of Coding. My role is to support and handle the recruitment process and act as the go-between for employers and job seekers aged 15-24, offering support and training to all of our job seekers. I am the direct line of communication between clients and businesses. With over 10 years of experience in both the public and private sectors, I have experience in learner and employer engagement, project management, team building, professional development, strategic implementation, and company collaboration.
My name is Avaani and I am one of the Project Managers for Community Grants at School of Coding. I aspire to be someone who can help those in need, and that is why I love my job. I have completed my Masters in Law, and I hope to use that knowledge in the future to create better opportunities for people. I am an easy and outgoing character with a special love for exploring new places especially if it involves food! I am a huge food lover with an aptitude for finding uncommon and weird places to eat. I enjoy singing as I believe it is good for the soul and I try my best to always stay positive, even in stressful situations. When I was 5, I wanted to be a chef. I soon realised I would get undeniably overweight if I took that career path, just because I love food so much!
Hi, I'm Laila, I work at School of Coding as a project admin for Emma and Gus, I have been here for a year now completing my business admin apprenticeship. When I was 5 my dream job was to be a weather lady on the news. If I had the chance to swap lives with a famous person for a day it would be Jeff Bezos .
Having worked at School of Coding for two years, at the age of 20, Cameron teaches Scratch, Python and GCSE Computer Science. Having completed his GCSEs and A-Levels at Upton Court Grammer, he is currently studying for an undergraduate degree in Computer Science at Coventry University and will be moving to Buckingham University in September 2022.
Hi, I’m Kyle, and I am a tutor here at School of Coding, The most favourite part of my job is going out to different schools around The West Midlands and teaching them about the importance of coding and how it is being implemented into everyday life. If I had to be mentored by someone it would be Robert Downey Junior.
Hello, my name is Helena, and I work as a general office administrator, therefore each day my responsibilities vary. When I was younger, teaching at a primary school was my ideal career. Never change who you are to fit in with other people, is some advice I would give to my younger self. And if I could turn invisible, that would be my ideal superpower.
My name is Rishabh Malik and I work in the Digital Marketing department at the School of Coding. My role is to make plans for lead generation and brand awareness as well as to maintain the websites. I love working with website design, SEO, content marketing, and other digital marketing strategies. The thing that I love about my job is experiencing something new every day and discovering the power of digital marketing and how it impacts our life. That is what drives me. This job helps me to push my limits and makes me better at my work.
Hi, I’m Sam, and I work as a Technical Assistant at School of Coding. I enjoy the technical aspects of programming and working with computers, and if I could have a superpower, I would have telekinesis.
After working for almost an entire year, Ashwin started working with School of Coding in May 2021. At age 21, Ashwin teaches Python and Java. Gaining an impressive 11 GCSEs and 3 A-Levels ranging from A*-C at Highfields School. He is now studying in his final year for an undergraduate degree in Computer Science at Aston University, expecting to complete his master's postgraduate in the following year to come. “Working with School of Coding has been amazing! As a tutor, it feels gratifying to teach children and adults about subjects you are passionate about.”
Hi, I'm Eshaal, I joined School of Coding in March 2022 and currently teach Scratch, Python, and GCSE Computer Science. Alongside this, I study A-level Computer Science, Spanish, and Psychology, hoping to venture into Cyber Security and Technology Consulting in the future. In my spare time, you can find me making dessert orders for my small business, reading a book, or playing badminton. What I love the most about my job is helping my students develop their problem-solving skills and self-confidence, watching their faces light up when their program works, and hearing about how many of them want to be game designers in the future!
As another younger tutor, Grace joined School of Coding in February 2021 as her first paid job. At age 17, she committedly teaches Python, GCSE Computer Science, and produces excellent Scratch, Java, and Python resources for our new Erasmus Projects. Having produced amazing GCSE results ranging from 9-8 (A**- A*), she currently studies A-Level English, Maths and Computer Science at Wolverhampton Girls High. Outside school and work hours, Grace voluntarily runs a robotics club and Tech Club ( Introduction to Lighting & Sound for Stage) for younger students.
Acting as one of our longest working tutors, Gus has been working at School of Coding since its inception in 2017. At age 34, he has a range of tutor roles, including -Scratch, Python, PyGame, and GCSE Computer Science. Gus has an admirable bachelor's honours degree in Accounting and Finance from Birmingham City University, ACCA Chartered Accountant Qualification and a previous career in Commercial Finance.
Acting as one of our newest tutors and youngest, Natasha joined School of Coding in December 2021. At the age of 17, impressively, she teaches Python Programming and GCSE Computer Science, having just completed her GCSEs in early 2021. With fantastic GCSE results ranging from 9-7 ( A**- A), she currently studies A-Levels at Wolverhampton Girls High. She runs Robotics and Tech Clubs for younger students in her spare time and is acting Prefect for Computer Science at her Sixth Form.
With a Master's in IT and over 4+ years in the IT and Education field, I am experienced in IGCSE, GCSE, OCR, AQA, Computer Science, Scratch, Python, Pygame, HTML, CSS, JAVA Script etc. Inspiring young minds is my ultimate purpose and it fuels my passion to teach.
Equally one of our newest tutors, Raoul joined School of Coding in January 2022. At age 21, he teaches GCSE Mathematics and Core Sciences to our students. Having achieved 12 GCSEs ranging from A*- C at Upton Court Grammar and A-Levels in Maths, Chemistry and Biology, he is now impressively in his final year at Swansea University, studying Civil Engineering.
Another new member starting in January 2022- Roshini, teaches Scratch, Python and Computer Science through School of Coding. At age 23, Roshini has a fundamental skillset in Python WordPress, C++ and Visual Studio. She is now pursuing her Master's in Computer Science at Keele University, having already achieved her undergraduate degree at Wolverhampton University.
I have an MSc in Computing and have held the position of Head of Department for ten years. My experience has enabled me to work in a range of schools including Grammar, Independent and Boarding secondary schools. This has allowed me to develop my understanding of how students need to break down exam questions, what should be included in their responses as well as how to teach different types of learners. I have also held the position of an OCR examiner and NEA moderator for nine years which has allowed me to analyse and identify common mistakes made by students during exams. As a middle leader I have also been responsible for training Computer Science teachers at all levels.
Acting as one of our newest tutors and youngest, Teri joined School of Coding in December 2021. At the age of 17, impressively, she teaches Python Programming and GCSE Computer Science, having just completed her GCSEs in early 2021. With excellent GCSE results ranging between 9 and 7 ( A** and A), she now studies Maths, Computer Science and Biology A-Levels at Wolverhampton Girls high.