Little is beyond our grasp when we are fascinated, curious and engaged.

At Anyworld we believe:

  • Everyone can learn to code
  • Everyone can pass exams
  • Everyone can love learning


We offer teacher training sessions to help educators learn to code in Scratch and Python. These sessions break down the coding process into small, accessible chunks. Starting with the visual programing language Scratch, the training helps teachers build their knowledge before moving on to more complex programs in the Python language. Each workshop comes with a booklet ‘Learning to Code from Scratch (and Python)’ to take away, along with exercises, ideas and tips that are directly applicable to the classroom.

Anyworld’s Pi Project Box series is a collection of modular ‘mission-based’ projects using electronic components and Rasberry Pi computers to teach the fundamentals of coding and electronics. Based around ‘missions’ these kits can be used at home or at school. Along with detailed instructions the kits can be supplied with lesson plans suitable for the class or coding club. These physical computing kits its include an intruder alert, proximity alert, smart night light and a robotic hand.

Anyworld can also offer student workshops both in the classroom and through after school clubs. These workshops guide students through the steps of learning to code using Scratch, Python and Javascript (according to age and ability). The sessions can include all the necessary kit to transform your classroom into an IT suite for a day or half day.

Rainbow Revision is an exam preparation process that uses confidence building, motivational and memory techniques to take the fear out of examinations. This three-step process helps students better understand what examiners are looking for and target their efforts in the most effective way. Two-to-three sessions are recommended, although one can have a measurable impact on exam results. Each student is given a copy of the Rainbow Revision e-book for reference following the first session.