About Creative Learning Centres

We exist to innovate and develop digital literacy and purposeful creative skills in children and young people, teachers and communities.

We also aim to stimulate the creativity and innovation of Northern Ireland’s young people, and provide them with the skills to become active participants in the economy.

We endeavour to build confidence and capacity within every organisation we work with so that skills are developed among key staff allowing programmes to remain sustainable beyond our involvement.

The Creative Learning Centres aim to tackle social exclusion and lack of opportunity through up-skilling and empowering schools and communities to use digital creativity as a tool for social engagement, cultural participation and economic development.

Student using our Raspberry Pi arcade machine
Pupil using our Raspberry Pi arcade machine the 'Pi Cade' In the middle of Pacman
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Training & Support

With a unique blend of industry expertise and education practice we offer a range of training and support programmes.

Our Locations

Creative Learning Centres provide fully regional reach with centres in Derry~Londonderry and Belfast.

Derry~Londonderry

  • Nerve Centre
  • 7-8 Magazine Street
  • Derry~Londonderry
  • BT48 6HJ

Belfast

  • Nerve Belfast CLC
  • Havelock House
  • Ormeau Road
  • Belfast
  • BT7 1EB

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Funders

We are funded by the Department for Communities (managed through NI Screen), extremely well evaluated and provide impartial advice and support.