Inclusion first computing

We are on a mission to improve the experiences of underestimated groups in computing and technology education.

Our inclusion first approach empowers people to get creative and make things that matter to them.

What we do

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Bespoke learning design

Our team of learning designers and video production specialists can create bespoke learning content for your curriculum.

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Inclusion focused reviews

Our team can review your current curriculum and provide feedback and support to help you increase the inclusivity in your approach.

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Workshops for all ages

View our catalogue of workshops for schools, clubs and businesses. Or enquire about bespoke workshops to suit your needs.


The collaboration with Flip Computing was nothing short of exceptional. Their team of experts brought a wealth of knowledge to the table, which was evident in the thoughtful suggestions they provided to enhance our module’s content and structure. Their contributions enriched the learning experience for our apprentices, making it engaging, interactive, and ultimately impactful.

Nick Botfield

Senior Learning Design Manager, Multiverse

They bring so much to the collaboration including a wealth of subject knowledge, experience of supporting educators and an understanding of what motivates and engages young learners. This is the kind of hands-on, practical knowledge and experience we value. I couldn’t recommend them more.     

Lorna Gibson

Professional Development, Micro:bit Educational Foundation

Our Books

We love 💖 books and we think they are the perfect companion for anyone interested in learning new digital skills. We have a growing range of fun books for you to explore.

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