• A group of children undertaking master class activities in a variety of settings, both in the class-room and outdoors.
  • A group of children undertaking master class activities in a variety of settings, both in the class-room and outdoors.
  • A group of children undertaking master class activities in a variety of settings, both in the class-room and outdoors.
  • A group of children undertaking master class activities in a variety of settings, both in the class-room and outdoors.

Life-changing masterclasses for gifted children

The Tomorrow's Achievers programme provides specialist masterclasses for exceptionally able children in many parts of the country.

The courses are affordable for all and cover a wealth of different topics - including science, technology, maths, philosophy, virtual reality, literature and the arts - in ways which involve and challenge the most able students.

All courses can be booked and paid for online.

Future masterclasses

  • Junior Starter Coder

    This is aimed at the younger coder and will help you understand code and be...

    Sun, 14th Oct 2018, Islington, South East / London. NCYG 2, 3, 4, 5. Cost £49.00

  • LEGO Robotics

    This workshop will teach you to make and control a LEGO robot. Using the most...

    Sun, 18th Nov 2018, Islington, South East / London. NCYG 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. Cost £49.00

  • LEGO Extension

    Can you build your own machine, design what it does and how the user will...

    Sun, 31st Mar 2019, Islington, South East / London. NCYG 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. Cost £49.00

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Grant information

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...

  • I least enjoyed going home because the magic of wonderland was over.... I could have stayed overnight!
    L on Wonderland masterclass, 27th Nov 2016, aged 8

  • 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