What we do

Click IT!  provides pre-school computer classes in nurseries. Classes support the EYFS curriculum, yet our main objective is to enable the learning of technology in a fun and exciting way. Classes will fully prepare your child for today’s technology environment.

Where we are

The Click IT! team consists of area tutors, based in children’s nurseries, mainly within the M25 and its perimeter. We offer computer classes in North West London, South London, West London and Essex – in addition to many more locations. Click-through to see if we are near you. 

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So wonderful to read about the children enjoying their Click IT! lessons in one of our Surrey nurseries. ... See MoreSee Less

When our tutors leave Click IT! we aren’t sad because they will always be part of our Click IT! family and as a business owner I am proud of each and every one of them for moving onwards in their careers. Tonight we gave thanks to two of our tutors; Zareen who has been with us for 2 years and to Tina who has been with us for 13 years! We will miss them both dearly ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

The children really enjoyed working on their Billy Goats Gruff project last week. It was a great opportunity to recall the traditional story and then the children used their creativity skills to build their own special bridge to help the goats cross the river. We saw some amazing creations, with bridges made of leaves, castles and even numbers! ... See MoreSee Less

Bee Bot Robot Week - the children were totally in awe of our little Bee Bot this week! This was their first introduction to programming the little bee and so we started very slowly at the very beginning - allowing the children to 'tinker' with the bot, seeing what it can do and what happens when the buttons are pressed. One of our tutors used a 'fakebot' - a paper robot to familiarise the children with the concept of moving it forwards and backwards in order to reach an object. Then as they closed their eyes, she quickly switched it for the real thing...now that's MAGIC!! Some of the comments from the children: "I want the bee to fly", "It's swirling like a ballerina", "What movie is it from?" "Honey bee eating honey around". One group discussed the gender of the Bee Bot. One girl was adamant it was a boy as it had no hair! Bee Bot lessons continue in Week 8 and also next term. (Photo taken in Dharavi, Mumbai, when I was introducing the Bee Bot to the children in a local primary school). ... See MoreSee Less