At Building Imagination, we offer learning experiences in Virtual Reality, Robotics, 3D Printing Coding courses plus much more for Reception to KS3. We run in-person and digital after-school clubs, online courses, virtual classrooms, and holiday clubs. All of our STEM/STEAM and creative technology clubs, workshops and courses are designed to nurture children's confidence and inspire imagination. Discover what makes us different below. The skills we teach range from engineering and technology subjects to architecture and design. We teach coding through creative robotics, game design and VR & AR projects, to ensure that code is fun and exciting for students.



Our mission is to lay the seeds for the thinkers and innovators of tomorrow to grow into their passions. We believe building children's confidence and providing them with opportunities to find where their interests and talents meet is the key to unleashing their potential. As well as nurturing innovation, we consider it important for our STEM/STEAM clubs, workshops, and curriculum to contribute to students' happiness and sense of wellbeing. Our sessions are a space for children to experiment without the pressure or fear of 'getting it wrong'.


Given the right opportunities, every child will prosper and thrive. Technology is advancing rapidly and this is giving way to a new generation of ways to build, create and invent. Our aim is to introduce children to the tools that are available, inspire them with what is possible and let their imaginations run wild.


makes us 


Building Imagination was born from a desire to enrich the education of our younger generations.


Play and experimentation is at the core of the sessions we deliver.

We introduce students to new concepts, technologies and ways of thinking. By utilising the knowledge of our specialist tutors we have created STEAM & STEM activities that give students a fast track into the areas that they are most interested in. 


We believe that simply recounting information is becoming increasingly obsolete and we need to educate young people to be flexible, creative, fluid and to think critically.