Cross-Curricular Computing

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Bring the curriculum to life with our cross-curricular computing workshops. We use technology to enhance learning and develop key skills in literacy, mathematics and science, as well as foundation subjects such as music, history, geography, art and design.

Our cross-curricular computing sessions can be delivered as one-off sessions or as ongoing projects with students from age 5 to 14 years.

STEMbotics Workshops


STEMbotics is an educational enrichment workshop that teaches children entry-level robotics and programming linked to the Computing National Curriculum.

We deliver a variety of engaging STEM-based design and build robotics challenges aimed at children aged 5 to 16 using LEGO EV3, LEGO WeDo 2.0, VEX IQ and SAM Labs.

STEMgineers Workshops


STEMgineers is a unique and exciting full-day workshop designed to teach children and young adults engineering and mechanical principles, whilst igniting a passion for STEM subjects.

Students work in teams to learn about, build and drive electric go-karts and/or radio-controlled vehicles. Suitable and differentiated for students age 10 to 16 years.

Education Technology SLA


Hyett Education and Squirrel Learning specialise in providing high-quality consultancy and workforce development to educators across the UK. Our collective wealth of expertise and experience will guarantee staff receive the advice and training needed to have a positive and long-lasting impact on learning in the classroom.

Education Technology SLA prices from £2,250 ex-VAT

Online Safety Support SLA

Hyett Education and the experts at the Centre for Digital and Online Behaviours (CeDOB) provide schools with comprehensive online safety support through staff training and INSET, strategic support, parental engagement, ongoing advice/updates and much more.

Online Safety SLA prices from £1,175 ex-VAT

Thank you very much for helping us to embed ICT into all areas of the curriculum. You’ve done a great job supporting the school and improving staff skills. Achieving the much coveted NAACE ICT Mark was achieved due to your support, guidance and hard work. We are grateful!
— Jerome Atkinson, ICT Coordinator @ St Stephen's CE Primary School, Wolverhampton