Our Teachers


All blue{shift} teachers are experienced and passionate computer scientists in their own right. With a variety of interests our educators have experience coding and designing across many industries - from ship engineering and instrument design, to digital art, language acquisition and the development of AI. 

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All of our teaching staff are passionate about learning. With experience of teaching at our 

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With new and innovative computing and robotics products, our teachers are able to engage students in exciting projects such as 3D printing, virtual reality, and e-textiles.

After School clubs


We offer bespoke coding and robotics workshops which can take place over a single day or an entire week. Find out what a blue{shift} workshop looks like here.
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After School Clubs

We offer four levels of clubs and classes for children in Reception to Year 8. More details on our after school club curriculum can be found here.
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Our Teachers


With previous experience in EdTech and other tech start-ups, Nick has been living and working in London for eight years. For him, learning to code gives a person the ability to create powerful tools that positively impact the lives of others. He also particularly enjoys teaching our youngest learners. It is for these reasons that Nick is currently in the process of developing a language-learning game aimed at younger students.


For Daniel coding combines problem solving with creative ways of thinking. This approach to tech has allowed him to marry programming with another of his passions - music. He often uses code to build his own software and interfaces for creating and performing music, and he has led workshops on music computing, acoustics, and sound design. This control over the creative process, he says, is what makes it so liberating to be a coder.


Johanna is originally from Sweden and is a digital artist when she isn’t teaching. She uses technology as a key part of her art. For her physical computing, specifically microprocessors, allows her art practice to become more interactive and participatory. This ability to incorporate coding into everyday life, in novel and creative ways, is a key reason why Johanna enjoys programming so much.