Our mission is to help ordinary people discover their extraordinary potential.
We believe everybody should have the opportunity to create something that can change the world.
Since launching in 2013, Thinkspaces have been built in dozens of countries around the world, where thousands of students have learnt creative industry related skills.
Technology has a language. It’s called code. And we believe coding is an essential skill. Learning to code teaches you how to solve problems and work together in creative ways. And it helps you build apps that bring your ideas to life.
Join thousands of public and commercial broadcasters, renowned celebrities, and independent podcasters on iTunes. Easily create, maintain, and submit your podcast to the iTunes Store.
The Twenty Minute VC
Record your voice, edit in GarageBand, then upload for the world to hear and you could become one of the next pop sensations. You don’t need to be signed or have a record deal to get your music on Spotify.
Customise your own Thinkspace online — we’ll deliver the furniture, equipment and learning resources direct to your door.
Highlighting talented young creators and change-makers; the underdogs, rebels and misfits who are quietly running the world from their bedrooms.
Students can access free tutorials, plugins, apps and websites to learn to code.
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At fifteen years old, I was sitting in my computing class in a dreary, uninspiring classroom. I realised that this is where our generation is expected to build the future; a space that lacks inspiration, ambition & opportunities.
I’ve been coding since the age of seven, as a result of having a supportive family who gave me access to a computer & Internet connection. If others in my age group have this support, inspiration & the resources to thrive, I believe the world will be a better place.
While schooling at its core is important, I’m doubtful the innovation we so urgently need to change things for the better can emerge from the rigid and unimaginative curriculum of today’s school systems.