Amplifying Innovation, Creativity and Intelligence with Technology

CLWB enables the accelerated learning of technology, industry processes, STEM subjects, and 21st Century Skills.

In addition to producing our own learning kits and content, we produce custom learning solutions for Pearson; Singapore Science Centre; award winning vocational education provider, Box Hill Institute and several multinational technology companies. Through a growing partner network, our work is global in scope, and we are currently engaged in Australia, China, Brazil, Singapore and UK.

CLWB provides

  • Learning Kits – self-contained learning packages
  • Curriculum – High Tech/Low Tech, Science, Maths, Engineering & Design
  • Learning Platform – friendly step-by-step guides
  • Technical Training – technical training for business and education leaders, trainers, teachers, and decision makers
  • Learning Experience Design – buildings, departments, spaces and exhibitions 
  • Custom Technology Projects – in areas such as Internet of Things.

Read our vision here – CLWB Vision Paper



The gap between the skills that education is developing and what employers need is widening rapidly. CLWB both drives innovation in education, and helps businesses fill skills gaps. We provide the following:


STEM and Design for all ages:

  • Sustainable Communities
  • Electronics
  • Computer Science
  • Programming
  • Robotics
  • E-fashion
  • Desktop Manufacturing
  • Flight
  • Construction
  • Wearables
  • Life Sciences
  • Games and Entertainment

Learning Kits

The world of technology offers a vast array of choices and selecting the right combination of components to fit the learning outcome required can be a time consuming and risky task.

CLWB has deep experience in picking and packaging combinations of components that will have maximum learning impact. Our curriculum has step-by-step, learner friendly guides that detail how these components should be assembled and programmed.

Our kits can be purchased in racks and trays, or for individual learners to take home.


We recognise that STEM can be challenging and cover a wide area, so CLWB offers tailored solutions including –

  • Curriculum design and mapping
  • Space design
  • Teacher training

Using our deep technology expertise, CLWB offers custom technology projects for both education organisations and companies in areas such as:

  • Renewable Energy, Sustainability and Green Tech
  • Zero Carbon solutions
  • Internet of Things
  • FinTech
  • Wearables
  • Learning Experience Design
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  In one of our most exciting projects to-date, we are delighted to be implementing STEM at the Bristol Technology and Engineering Academy, a Centre of Excellence for teaching Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. BTEA is a University Technical College sponsored by the likes of Rolls Royce, Airbus, Royal Navy and GKN. Over the next year,… Read More

Continue Reading is delighted to announce a major initiative aimed at democratising Artificial Intelligence (AI). AI is driving the automation of a swathe of jobs – including many that were once regarded as ‘safe’. Whilst AI can seem inaccessible and complex at first, our goal is to open up AI for as many people as possible… Read More

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CLWB partners with Pearson China to accelerate the adoption of STEM

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CLWB is delighted to have been accepted onto the UK Government’s IoT Boost program. This will boost our product development capacity. As part of our involvement, we will also be hosted within SETSquared – the world’s #1 university business incubator – out of the Engine Shed in Bristol. This will give us access to world-class technical, scientific and business… Read More

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CLWB is delighted to announce the publication of STEM ‘Master Class’ videos for Pearson China. Working to Pearson’s Project STEM template, CLWB created 5.5 hours worth of instructional material which is sold with Pearson’s Project STEM books in China. CLWB worked with Park House School, and Kintbury St Mary’s CE Primary School, Berkshire, UK to create the videos. The videos are… Read More

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On October 18th, 2.00PM, we are delighted to be hosting Norman Gray AM, former CEO of Thales Australia, and CEO of award winning Box Hill Institute, at the Engine Shed in Bristol. Mr Gray will deliver a speech focussing on innovation in Australia, and the wider Asian region, and will discuss what this could mean for UK organisations. With… Read More

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