Welcome to Tomorrow’s Achievers website
Tomorrow’s Achievers Educational Trust provides specialist day and residential masterclasses for gifted children in many parts of the country.
The courses cover a wealth of different topics - science, technology, maths, philosophy, literature and the arts - in ways which involve and challenge the most able students.
All courses can be booked and paid for online.
Learn about what makes zoo animals healthy and what causes disease. Use your science and...
Sat, 11th Jun 2016, Bury St Edmunds, East Anglia. NCYG 3, 4. Cost £38.00
What do egg boxes have to do with constructing messages for the partially sighted? What...
Sat, 11th Jun 2016, Bury St Edmunds, East Anglia. NCYG 5, 6. Cost £38.00
Not every new toy requires a computer. When the Victorians made their toys, computers hadn't...
Sat, 11th Jun 2016, Bradford, North West. NCYG 3, 4, 5, 6. Cost £38.00
Experience Shakespeare like you never have before! Explore the different factors of historical England that...
Sat, 11th Jun 2016, Bury St Edmunds, East Anglia. NCYG 7, 8, 9, 10. Cost £38.00
Fun experiments to reinforce key science skills. Learn how to set up 'fair tests' with...
Sat, 11th Jun 2016, Bradford, North West. NCYG 1, 2. Cost £38.00
· What is an invention and why is it important to invent new things? ·...
Sat, 11th Jun 2016, Bury St Edmunds, East Anglia. NCYG 1, 2. Cost £38.00
Are you ready for the journey of a lifetime? Super techy brains urgently required. Do...
Sun, 12th Jun 2016, South East / London. NCYG 3, 4. Cost £38.00
When one common threat faces the world, when man-made science, human intelligence and technology is...
Sun, 12th Jun 2016, South East / London. NCYG 5, 6. Cost £38.00
Tomorrow's Achievers provides grants to gifted children from low-income families to enable them to attend masterclasses free of charge.
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What children say...
It has inspired me to do more I.T and to learn more about computing. After this session I have learnt lots of interesting things and I now want to learn much more and will inspire me to have many more ideas.
Alissia on Ten Fingers or Two: How Computers Count, 7th Feb 2016, aged 13
I enjoyed it because it made me think and challenged my brain. I want to become an architect because I love maths and construction. The masterclass intensified my will. Maths can be fun. Honest! 22nd Nov 2015
George, aged 5
It inspired me to try harder at challenging things because you really have to switch your brain on and make an effort. I don't have to try hard at school because it is so easy. For me, tricky equals fun.
Amity, aged 7
In answer to question Inspired to learn more? 'Yes. I love science and would like to be a doctor when I grow up'.
Elizabeth, aged 6