With your help we can grow! Creating future digital heroes one game at a time.

  • WHY DO WE DO IT?

    Junior Game Creators has reached over 10, 000 pupils in schools & homes across the UK since inception. Families and schools  that qualify for our bursary are not charged for their participation or for the support that they receive. Significant funds and in-kind support is required to enable the programme to continue its pioneering work in creative computing education.

    With your help, we can grow.

  • HOW OUR SPONSORS HELP

    Junior Game Creators is reliant on industry support to continue its great work. Qualifying Schools and families are not charged for their participation. Our sponsors help us to reach a diverse range of children that may not be in a position to benefit from such extra curricula activities of this nature. Lack of technology and wealth should not be a bottleneck to creative learning.

    With your help, we can grow.

  • WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?

    Recent studies have found a huge void of new digital leaders enrolling in subjects such as IT, Engineering & Computer Science. UK plc requires creative problem solvers and confident innovators in these areas to stay competitive in a global marketplace.

    By enthusing the younger generation with a desire to further their skills we can gradually start to fill that void and create home grown experts in the digital world. Learning through play ignites a spark that could become a hobby and that hobby could be become a future career.

    With your help we can grow.

  • HOW TO DONATE?

    We can flex delivery to suit a range of CSR budgets and goals. Typically £10 per week sponsors a child that qualifies for free school meals for our 8 week programme. Simply fill in the form from the link below and one of our team will give you a call back.

    With your help, our diverse range of future digital leaders can grow, one game at a time.

Thank you so much, he was really moaning about doing his homework on Scratch but now he’s really keen to apply what he learnt today.

Nicola

Having a real game to play at the end is great.

Hannah

The instructor was polite, friendly and helpful throughout.

Emma

My 8 year old daughter really enjoyed the holiday workshop. It was the first time she had done anything like this.

Beth