Who we are_


Our team

Pytch team @ Dublin Maker 2023 with visiting PhD student Antonio de la Hoz.

Funding

The project is funded by Science Foundation Ireland (SFI).

SFI funds oriented basic and applied research in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics: “At Science Foundation Ireland, we believe in the ability of science, technology, engineering & maths to effect positive change in the world and drive a sustainable international economy.”

Our Supporters

Technocamps is a wide-reaching digital programme with hubs in every Welsh university. Their main goal is to support digital upskilling of children and adults.

Special thanks to Dr Lee Clift, Technocamps Teaching Fellow, and Luke Clement, Technocamps operations manager.

Special thanks to Professor Raquel Belén Hijón Neira, and Antonio de la Hoz, Pytch visiting PhD student.

CESI Logo, Computers in Education Society of Ireland - Cumann Ríomhaireachta sa Oideachas in Éirinn

The Computers in Education Society of Ireland (CESI) is the official Teacher Professional Network for Computer Science. It’s for anyone with an interest in the potential of technology to enhance the teaching and learning experience for all involved in education.

OurKidsCode is a growing community of family creative coding clubs across Ireland
that are safe, inclusive and fun!.