BOM delivers outreach with disadvantaged communities both locally and globally. Our partnership work with The British Council has supported women across Indonesia in developing their creative social enterprises, and our work in East Africa has supported environmental scientists to creatively address issues with air quality within communities.
BOM also delivers a range of skills based learning, collaborative projects and professional digital development through a range of engagement programmes for children and young people:
Our Schools Programme engages children and young people across the West Midlands in STEAM-blended learning.
Mini makers – Free craft activities for kids under 12 are available everyday in our autism friendly cafe, inspired by science, technology and art.
CoderDojo – A free coding club for 7+ year olds to have fun with scratch, Micro:bit, Python, and Raspberry Pi.
Summer Camp – A week of technology workshop for 7-11 year olds that are inspired by our summer exhibition.
Propeller is a digital development programme for autistic adults age 25+
Learn more about BOM’s outreach in Indonesia
Find out about our work in East Africa