The Turinglab team started as a group of Computer Science postgraduate students at Imperial College London. While volunteering to teach coding in schools, they struggled to find effective and fun resources for teaching children computing. So they decided to make their own.
After some prototypes, an academic paper and the the hiring of Priyav, our first instructor, they were ready to go. Since then our platform has evolved, our content has grown, and we now teach hundreds of children in classes across the country.
Henry has two Master's degrees in Physics and Computer Science from Imperial College London. When Henry is not programming or teaching kids to code, he is DJ-ing with vinyl, or cooking a mean meal.
Sam has a degree in Architecture from Cambridge University and a Master's in Computer Science at Imperial College. Between degrees Sam worked for EF, a technology investor and incubator. Sam loves being outdoors as much as possible.
We work with experts in the tech and education sectors to provide the best learning experience, and are always looking for contributors. Whether you have a great idea for a game that our students can learn to build, or have an experienced eye to help improve our classes, we’d love to hear from you.
We not currently hiring at the moment, but please get in touch if you are interested in joining our team.
Teach children to code (and get paid for it) at our classes in London, Manchester or Leeds.
Work with us to tackle the digital skills gap and improve diversity in the tech sector.