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    Welcome To ComputerXplorers Cambridge & Chelmsford!

     

    ComputerXplorers offers children specialist computing education in their own school or nursery. This may be in our after-school computing clubs, our creative computing theme days or our popular daily classes during the school day.

    We also provide an innovative way for schools to cover planned absences such as PPA or Leadership Time.

    We work with children and young people in schools, pre-schools and every venue imaginable across all parts of Cambridge, Ely, Newmarket, Haverhill, Saffron Walden, Great Dunmow, Bishop’s Stortford, Royston, Buntingford, Braintree, Harlow, Brentwood, Epping and Chelmsford.

    Our classes are the optimum blend of fun and education designed to capture the imagination, spark a child’s creativity and prepare them for a technology-driven future.

    Using a huge range of software and an amazing array of peripherals covering everything from programming and coding, the innovative application of IT, animation, creative digital skills, robotics and physical computing. Take a look at Some of our Programmes below to find out more.

    Andrew Green

    Andrew Green

    Director

    Before joining ComputerXplorers, Andrew owned and ran a successful business in the workwear industry. Andrew joined ComputerXplorers in 2015 and is passionate about the brand and helping  children prepare for their future.

    Andrew is also a qualified snooker coach and trained actor, two other passions in his life”.

     

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