Cypher runs engaging and innovative holiday coding camps for 4-14 years olds with enthusiastic and trained teachers, supported by top tech experts. Children learn coding with the emphasis on creativity and fun. Our teachers use a methodical and cumulative curriculum tailored to each child and built on a core foundation of computer science, which goes above and beyond the National Curriculum.

Cypher welcomes children from all levels of experience, from no previous knowledge of coding through to those who are seasoned coders. 



Cypher was born from founder Elizabeth Tweedale’s vast knowledge and experience in the coding space.  Elizabeth has taught coding to children of all ages for the past 4 years in London. She has written and co-written 6 books, her most recent focusing on teaching children Python, using real world career examples. Elizabeth is a working mother of two, with a Computer Science degree and Masters in Architecture.

Previously she was a computational design specialist at several leading architectural offices including Foster + Partners. She and her team are passionate about unlocking the code to the future for the next generation and creating a world where children can explore their unlimited appetite and curiosity, by giving them the tools to open doors and tackle whatever our fast paced future brings. 

Elizabeth Tweedale


Cypher camp was so much fun! My daughter asks to do touch-typing before school every day now. She even creates games with her coding skills when she’s allowed screen time. Thank you for inspiring her!
— Notting Hill Mum
I would recommend you do it because you can do so much, and there is lots of instructions and really helpful bits. After all the hard work you feel really proud.
— Jemima, 8
Coding may look hard but it’s seriously fun!
— Jack, 8