Apps for Good are here to support teachers, parents and students during the COVID-19 pandemic. We have built new versions of our courses that can be completed from home, and our Awards are open to classroom and home projects from across the world.
A message on the current health situation, from the Apps for Good team.
We are a UK-based registered charity with a small team making a big impact.
Choose from courses across App Development, Machine Learning and the Internet of Things, free, forever.
We reach thousands of students per year, with a focus on those in challenging circumstances.
Tech skills & social leadership
Our mission is to empower a new generation to change their world through technology.
Apps for Good has turbo-charged the commitment of our students, with positive effects rippling out into all aspects of school life. It is really pleasing to witness some of our previously shy pupils taking to the stage to pitch ideas they care about.”
Paul Gallanagh, Teacher at Dunoon Grammar School in Scotland
Students lead their own work on a subject that can make a difference to them or their community.
Teachers have access to free resources to teach students to build a digital product using one of three technologies.
Expert role models help young people produce industry-standard tech across several topics.
A variety of top brands provide us with strategic and financial support to maximise our impact.
Digital inclusion for everyone is important to SAP, so we're proud to support Apps for Good. The technology used by companies like SAP is constantly changing and we've seen Apps for Good evolve with it, while always focusing on tech as a force for good. ”
Stephanie Taviner, Corporate Social Responsibility Lead UK, SAP
10-35 hour courses are delivered by our community of teachers in curriculum or enrichment time.
Industry supported workshops
Our in-person workshops are delivered either by teachers or Apps for Good staff, and are supported by our industry volunteers.
Home Study courses are specifically designed for students who need to work on projects out of the classroom.
The annual Awards competition in June of each year gives students a chance to be recognised for outstanding work.
Apps for Good is not just about tech, it’s about confidence. I have a better attitude to my ideas now, and I'm much better at talking in front of people. I was really shy when I started, I'm much more likely now to give things a go and see what happens.”
Holly, former student from Hull in England
Courses & Resources
Take a look at our full repository of different courses, workshops and resources.
Find our more about our national Awards competition.
See some of the work we are doing with our industry partners.