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Coding and Computer Science in your school.

In today’s digital world, coding is a fundamental skill alongside math and reading, but too few kids have the opportunity to learn to program because it is rarely taught in school. 

Our mission is to create a fun and engaging activities where children not only learn to program but also have opportunities to be creative using code.


Primary Schools STEM Workshops

  • STEM Coding and Engineering Workshops
  • STEM Workshops in Block Coding
  • STEM Coding Workshop for Maths
  • STEM Coding Workshop for Science

Secondary Schools STEM Workshops

  • STEM Coding and Engineering Workshops
  • STEM Coding Workshops in Python
  • STEM Coding Workshop for Maths
  • STEM Coding Workshop for Science

Primary Schools Coding Workshops

  • Drones and Robotics Coding Workshop
  • Virtual Reality Workshops
  • Block Coding Workshops

Secondary Schools Coding Workshops

  • Drones and Robotics Coding Workshop
  • Virtual Reality Workshops
  • GCSE Revision Workshops
  • Cyber Security Workshops

We make it fun and easy for children to code.

We teach the full subject of GCSE computer science as set out by the OCR & AQA Board. We provide 1:1 tuition for GCSE students and work on both theory and the NEA project.

We teach computer science GCSE like any other school, the student would attend one lesson per week. We teach, prepare and organise everything for the student to obtain a high-grade GCSE in computer science.

If you or your child would like to obtain an extra GCSE or want tuition please contact us for further information.

Please note the minimum age for enrollment onto GCSE syllabus is 9 Years, there is no upper limit.

What we teach?

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Scratch coding tuition from 6 years of age.

We teach a full syllabus in Scratch coding to kids aged 6 years and older. 

Our syllabus consists of the following:


  • Introduction to block coding;
  • 4 X Basic coding 1 player games;
  • 2 Intermediate 2 player games.


  • 1 Commercial game such as Minecraft or Temple Run;
  • Advanced commercial coding programming for Bank ATM and Supermarket checkout.
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We offer private GCSE sitting for students looking to gain an extra GCSE in Computer Science from OCR.

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Unlock the Power of STEM with a Top-notch Tutor!

Suki Gill

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 get more girls into Computing and STEM subjects. As a middle leader, I have also been responsible for training Computer Science teachers at all levels.

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