Innovative STEM Education for 6-16 Year Olds

We believe every African child should know how to program a computer, so we've taken up the challenge.

TechQuest holds fun, interactive, practical sessions where we equip children with the skills they need to build interesting animations, awesome games, interactive websites, engaging apps and inspiring science projects.

What We Teach

HTML

Every web programmer needs to know the basics of HTML - HyperText Markup Language. HTML is the "skeleton" of the World Wide Web.

Scratch

A visual, drag-and-drop programming language built by some really smart folks at MIT. It is arguably the best tool for introducing anyone to coding.

Raspberry-Pi

The Raspberry Pi is an amazing low cost, credit-card sized computer that plugs into a computer monitor or TV - ideal for exploring computing.

What We Teach

HTML

Every web programmer needs to know the basics of HTML - HyperText Markup Language. HTML is the "skeleton" of the World Wide Web.

Scratch

A visual, drag-and-drop programming language built by some really smart folks at MIT. It is arguably the best tool for introducing anyone to coding.

Raspberry-Pi

The Raspberry Pi is an amazing low cost, credit-card sized computer that plugs into a computer monitor or TV - ideal for exploring computing.

How We Teach

Day 1: Registration and introduction to the courses that will be taught
Day 2 - 5: Learn and practice writing HTML tags; build a one-page website
Day 6 - 8: Learn how to use Scratch; learn how a Raspberry Pi works.
Day 9 - 11: Build something using a Raspberry Pi and Scratch.
Day 12: Excursion to a tech centre (e.g. Google)
Day 13: Excursion to an art centre (e.g. Nike's art gallery)
Day 14: Graduation and Round up party