Do It Kits are a simple, engaging way to teach with new technologies in your Science, Geography, Computing, Design & Technology and STEAM classroom. We believe in learning through making, doing and playing.


Helen Steer
Helen is a maker, educator and award-winning writer. She specialises in getting new technologies into the classroom in a way that excites classes and delivers robust curriculum-linked learning. She is Professional Maker in Residence at Machines Room on London's Maker Mile and is also a director of the innovative education platform Mission:Explore, with whom she has published six children's books.
Greg Szulgit
Dr. Greg Szulgit has been teaching science to students at GCSE, A level, undergraduate and post graduate level for more than 20 years. In addition to his PhD in Marine Biology, he holds an MSc in Science Communication and has written many acclaimed research papers and educational materials. He has received awards from the Wellcome Trust and Intel.
Alan Parkinson
Alan is one of the most renowned Geography educators in the UK and the author of a wide range of best-selling KS3, GCSE and A level textbooks. He has taught Geography and ICT for over 20 years, winning many awards for innovation and excellence, including the prestigious Tivy Education Medal and a Fellowship from the Royal Scottish Geographical Society. Alan co-founded the Geography Collective and is Education Director of Mission:Explore. He is also Head of Geography at Kings Ely.
Dean Vipond
Dean is a branding and interaction design specialist, and has worked on educational properties for BBC, Channel 4 Education and The Usborne Foundation.