Little Sandbox runs tech clubs for kids aged 6 – 17, offering activities around: coding, electronics, digital making and digital media.

Our purpose is to make sure young people grow up with the skills they will need to work in a more advanced technological future.

We provide a social environment for tech-minded kids to further explore digital skills, with access to equipment, resources, and ongoing support to strengthen their interest in technology.

Latest Blog Post

Was 201X The Date Chara Fell Down?

Was 201X the year that the first fallen human Chara fell down?! At the start of the game, while it's telling you about the war of monsters and humans, it shows a picture of Mount Ebbot, With the year 201X underneath. After that it then shows a picture of a human...

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Little Sandbox TV

Metro Mayor Visit

Steve Rotheram, Metro Mayor for Liverpool City Region, popped by to record a podcast with Little Sandbox members about Digital Inclusion.

Super Powered Business.

NPower named us one of their Super Powered Businesses in 2017 and sent a film crew down to meet us for an article in the Daily Mirror.

Staff Blog & News

Little Sandbox Inventors scoop awards for their project

Our Little Sandbox Invent members, Daniel Cash and Oliver Griffiths, entered the Big Bang competiton - the first time an independent kids tech club has competed - and were among the winners selected to represent the North West at the National Awards. Their...

They’re kind and they help and they share and that’s the good thing about everyone in Little Sandbox, nobody messes around and nobody’s nasty to people.

Owen

Age 9

If your child is interested in technology, or doesn’t fit in with the stereotypical groups, football, dance and drama, this is the group for them.

Kim

Parent

I’ve always had lots of ideas, ideas for a game or animation or whatever, and what they’ve always done at Little Sandbox is they’ve always made it come to life.

Daniel

Age 11

Smart phone, laptop, tablet, they’re on computers all the time but this is taking it to another level; it’s more about creating something rather than looking at a screen.

Anne

Parent