Beautifully-designed spaces in schools where young people can learn to code


Imagine a world where every child could code.

Thinkspace is a non-profit organisation founded in the United Kingdom. We encourage students to build epic spaces in schools around the world, modelled to look and feel like you've just entered a space like Google's headquarters, where you can learn to code. Thinkspace puts the focus on ideas, where code is the tool.

Thinkspaces have been built in Plymouth (UK), London (UK), Cumbria (UK), Dublin (IE), Texas (USA), Chattanooga (USA)Singapore, Israel and beyond.

Since launch, over 15 million people have heard about Thinkspace, thanks to generous support from high-profile friends — including Richard Branson, Stephen Fry, Dick Costolo, Jimmy Wales & Steve Wozniak. As a result, many have hopefully been inspired to make a positive difference in the world.

Why code?

Learning to code is an invaluable skill to have in the 21st century. It’s not enough for young people to just know how to use technology; they should also have the opportunity to know how it works behind the scenes and how to build it themselves too.

By learning to code, not only can you become a computer programmer — it also strengthens problem solving and logical thinking skills. You can apply these skills to a range of other careers and hobbies.

There are hundreds of thousands of unfilled jobs, from startups to large corporations, desperately searching for computer programmers. There's never been a better time to learn the skills it takes to do the job! You'll have the opportunity to help shape the world, whilst on an exceptional salary and working from an incredible office.


750,000+ worldwide


£47,916 (in the UK)

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