Digital Heroes 2023 was a fantastic success. 183 children took part in creative digital workshops, delivered in partnership with community organisations across the London boroughs of Lambeth and Newham.  

Digital Heroes 2023 explored the theme of ‘Save, Make, Reinvent’. Children learnt about the circular economy, created junk bots out of recycled materials and inks from food waste and explored new technologies such as stop motion animation and coding with LEGO.  

In Lambeth, we partnered with 3 community organisations Drew House and Myatts Field South (both via Millennium Community Solutions), and Lollard Street Adventure Playground to deliver 5 weeks of creative digital workshops to children aged 7 – 11 years old.  

In Newham, we partnered with UKIM Masjid Ibrahim Islamic Centre and Royal London Docks Learning and Activity Centre (RDLAC) to offer full days of workshops over the summer holidays.  

Each partner organisation has gone on to deliver their own follow up creative workshops to more than 200 children and counting. 

Feedback for Digital Heroes 2023 

‘We got to use our imagination a lot.’ – Iqra, aged 11  

‘This is an important program that helps children’s minds, they need to learn more about technology because nowadays it is almost everything.’ – Parent   

‘It was a really positive experience that engaged the children who took part and got them thinking about important issues.’ – Community Hub Partner  

‘I got to make a robot and make a video with it!’ – Esaa, aged 10  

‘The workshops were led by very friendly and professional people. Children were so happy being there. A lot of very nice ideas. Thank you so much…’ – Parent  

‘The content of the programme was really interesting and the theme of ‘Save, Make, Reinvent’ kept the course relevant and engaging.’ – Community Hub Partner