So much more than a computer club we run in school workshops and more!
ComputerXplorers offers a huge range of in school computing science classes for children in Scotland using an extensive variety of software programs and computer peripherals combined with our own unique curriculum and lesson plans.
Working in a variety of settings across South Lanarkshire, North Lanarkshire, Glasgow, Scotland, East Renfrewshire - from nursery schools (early years) to schools and after school clubs, as well as hospitals, family learning community venues, science festivals, museums, libraries and anywhere children gather - ComputerXplorers delivers programmes that are both educationally rewarding and enormous fun for children - so much more than a 'computer club'.
Our programmes are always engaging, educational and, most importantly, lots of fun!
The potential impact of the Coronavirus pandemic is of concern to everyone. We wanted to reassure you that the health and wellbeing of the children we work with and those of our staff is the highest priority for us.
We love sharing our excitement about the world of technology with all of the children in our classes and we are working hard to continue to share that in whatever way we can. Whether that is working with schools to provide COVID-secure clubs (find out more here) and classes or by delivering classes online we are committed to keeping the tech excitement alive!Read More
Providing high quality learning supports better outcomes for all children and young people but particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Fun and engaging STEM, computing, technology or robotics classes and workshops from the experts in this field are just the thing to support your school's work to close the attainment gap.Read More
Awesome after school computing clubs provided by ComputerXplorers are enjoyed each week by thousands of school children across the country.
The children have such fun they don't even realise just how much they are learning: programming, creativity, storytelling, collaboration, problem solving, animation, web design, coding, forensic science, logic, video game design - the list is endless!Read More
ComputerXplorers Computing Workshops can be run as full day or half day workshops.
They can be focused exclusively on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) topics or can be tailored to work around specific curriculum themes being studied at school eg a period in history, the local environment etc or to support external initiatives eg Science Week, Safer Internet Day or particular groups of children.Read More
In addition to our popular face to face computing clubs and workshops we offer live online virtual computing and tech clubs for kids.
Our online sessions are delivered live in small groups by our fab team of expert tech leaders – we do not use pre-recorded activity – so your child has all the input they need.
All you need at home is an internet connection and a laptop/desktop.Read More
As part of the ComputerXplorers Programming for Primaries Event and in support of British Science Week 2021 ComputerXplorers is offering FREE programming classes to local schools in participating areas PLUS a free downloadable micro:bit activity to do at home or in school.
This year’s Programming for Primaries free schools workshops feature the micro:bit. In our exciting and fun micro:bit classes students will combine their creative and technical skills as they make music by programming their own jukebox using fruit as the controls!Read More
Looking for a fun and unusual way to encourage children and families to engage with your community events? Including hands-on, interactive activities using computing or technology to highlight your own theme is a real hit with children and adults of all ages.
The interest levels soar when you can use coding, robotics, 3D printing, Minecraft, film-making or engineering to tell your story.Read More
Children and young people with Special Educational Needs (SEN) or Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) benefit from a wide range of technology and computing classes and workshops. ComputerXplorers provides expert computing activities for young people with special needs in mainstream schools, dedicated SEN and SEND schools and standalone groups.Read More
ComputerXplorers provides expert teachers to deliver computing in the Technologies Curriculum in your school. We offer flexible computing curriculum support to fit in with your requirements.
Whether you are looking for classes for specific year groups or the whole school, for particular modules or the complete computing curriculum, for the whole year, or a term or individual weeks, we have the flexibility to work to suit you.Read More
ComputerXplorers programmes can be offered in a variety of ways that can be tailored to the needs of the school and the children. We work flexibly to meet your needs.
Whether that means an added value solution for McCrone cover or expert computing classes to cover planned absences, we can work to provide the appropriate level of curriculum support for you.Read More
Eductional, fun-filled computing classes from the specialists in pre-school technology are the perfect way to develop children who are e-confident and competent.
Children explore, discover and learn in our engaging, creative classes – a great head start to their education, keeping them a step ahead when they start primary school.Read More
Try something new this holiday - computing camps for kids
ComputerXplorers holiday tech camps are the perfect solution for those looking for fun in a sociable setting while stretching their creativity, their brain cells and learning new skills.
We offer our own holiday programmes and also work with other local camp providers. Ask us for more details.
Our expert computing classes provide sustainable, value added McCrone time cover or cover for planned absences.
ComputerXplorers' specialist computing teachers can support your school's delivery of a core area of the curriculum while providing essential McCrone time cover for your team.
All aspects of computing can be covered including programming, creative digital literacy and e-safety.