We help early years settings, schools, libraries, museums and community spaces develop their maker education provision. We can bring our pop-up makerspace to you for workshops, activity days and events.

The Maker{Futures} programme will enable you to set up makerspaces or run maker sessions in a range of spaces, providing playful and creative ways to develop digital and STEM skills through a STEAM approach that integrates science, technology, engineering and mathematics with the arts. We offer continuing professional development resources, downloadable guides and the opportunity to book a visit from our mobile makerspace – Maker{Move}.


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Our pop-up mobile makerspace brings maker activities to you. For schools, libraries, community groups and museums.

Resources for schools and professional development opportunities for teachers.

Drop in sessions and regular clubs. Supporting libraries to get started with making.

Partnership and project ideas to support makerspaces in museums.

Resources and ideas for makerspaces and making in community settings.

Featured projects

An activity for children to design and build a robot from recycled materials.

A Maker{Box} is based on ‘story sacks’, a set of resources familiar to early years practitioners.

Primary school project with the Royal Academy of Engineering and real engineers.