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Where to Find Coding Classes for Kids in Nairobi, Kenya


By Maryanne W. Waweru

In today’s digital age, it is very important that children learn how to effectively communicate with a computer which in other words, is called ‘coding’. And the earlier they learn how to code, the better for them since it sets them up for their future success -both in academics, their life skills, and in the workforce.

So, I thought of putting together a list of coding schools in Nairobi where your children can access coding skills. This list is not exhaustive, so if there’s any that I’ve left out you can let me know in the comments section below and I’ll add it.

  1. Techsavanna Software Institute – 0799 099 099
  2. Smart Brains Kenya reachable on 0704 92 94 98
  3. DigiKids (at Strathmore University)
  4. UCMAS Kenya You can reach them on 0703 416312
  5. Kidato (founded by Sam Gichuru) +254 720 543 286
  6. Class Measures Limited (Kevin Muriuki) 0712 675 858
  7. Ndehi Karonjo 0722 734 085
  8. Rova Digital 0786 220003
  9. Funke Science 0726 116 976
  10. Jit-Tech Solutions – 0719 369 370 
  11. iLab Africa 0703 034616 / 0703 034 617
  12. Tinker Education 0715 978986
  13. AkiraChix 0723 93596
  14. Little Einsteins 0729 715622

Did I miss out on others? Leave their names, links to website and telephone number in the comments section below and I’ll update the list. You can also email me on maryanne@mummytales.com

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Maryanne W. Waweru is a Kenyan mum raising her two sons in Nairobi. A journalist, Maryanne is passionate about telling stories and hopes that through her writing, her readers learn something new, feel encouraged, inspired, and appreciative of what they have in their lives. Maryanne's writing focuses on motherhood, women and lifestyle. "Telling stories is the only thing I know how to do," she says.


  1. Hey Maryanne,
    Thanks for the compilation. I’ve already been to Digikids. The commute to Madaraka all the way from Ngong put a cap on that. Nice to see there’s one in Karen.

    • Thanks Omasire for your feedback, much appreciated. Let me us know how the Karen one goes, and if you would recommend it to other parents. All the best.

    • Hi Anne, I hope I can get this information, seems like there are a lot of enquires about Thika road…If you get before I do please share.


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