Learn to code with Espresso

Write apps, build games, share them and play them. Enter the Espresso Coding universe with our sample lessons and amaze yourself with how quickly you can code. It’s fun, it’s friendly and it’s FREE until October 2014.

Espresso Coding provides complete support for teaching coding in primary schools. A scheme of work, lesson plans, helpful video guides – it's all included.

Join the 4,500 plus primary schools who have already signed up to Espresso Coding. Become part of an online community which has published over 100,000 apps, all built with Espresso Coding.

How Coding fits with your teaching

Espresso Coding helps you fulfil every Coding aspect of the National Curriculum for Computing at Key Stages 1 and 2, and will support you in meeting Ofsted expectations.

Pupils will explore key concepts such as algorithms, sequences and variables and develop skills like problem-solving, logical reasoning and debugging.

See more details on National Curriculum and Ofsted

Featured apps

With Espresso Coding pupils and teachers alike will be able to create their own apps in minutes to demonstrate their creativity and understanding of coding concepts. Here are some examples of apps pupils have created.

Ready to get Coding?

Explore some of the sample lessons available or unlock all the lessons and teacher resources by signing up today for a free period of access until 31st October 2014. See pricing for details on annual subscriptions post 31st October 2014.