What students and parents say:
How everything works
(including how to join the free live lessons)
Example of an interactive lesson you can expect
Coding lesson example
Frequently Asked Questions:
When will you restart the course?
Are the lessons free?
Yes! 10 lessons a week are absolutely free (join in at anytime by checking our timetable for these free lessons). We are not funded by the government. We aim to help as many people as possible by providing a lot of our content for free and keeping our paid content remarkably affordable.
Are the packages priced for the entire family?
Yes! all packages are priced for the entire family with a 7-day money-back guarantee.
Is there a webcam and mic for the zoom lessons?
No, we disabled all mics and video and have full control to grant access for safety reasons. We have the most secure Zoom webinars package as we take safety seriously. We both have a Full DBS.
Two brothers trying to change online education
Aysan (Coding and data science Teacher)
UCL Statistics graduate
5 Years of experience teaching code to young children up to senior professionals and CEOs
Experienced Lead Mentor teaching code to Marks and Spencers and Dunelm's workforce.
Experienced Data Scientist Consultant
"I have a real passion for breaking down seemingly complex and intimidating topics to bite-sized engaging and interesting lessons so people of all ages and backgrounds can understand the techniques we cover." - Aysan
Siamak (Maths and science Teacher)
First-class Hons in engineering
8 Years of experience tutoring Maths and Science
"I realised from early that I have a passion for helping and seeing the growth in the students I teach and so I started teaching five lessons a week for free in 2019. My approach to teaching is to make the content fun and engaging so that students learn to love learning in a comfortable, judgement-free environment." - Siamak
Why start this project?
Siamak started teaching 5 free live lessons, as he saw people had a great demand for live lessons and he was confused why people were paying around £50 per month per child for one-hour lessons a week with certain companies. He decided to make something free initially, teaching part-time, after a few months, he quit his job as a private tutor and focused on this project full-time, now he teaches 10 free live lessons a week, and a total of 57 live lessons a week for math, science, astronomy and a free motivational lesson. We have gone from 5 free live lessons to 7, to 9, and now 10, slowly increasing with time