Our social projects

As a not-for-profit social enterprise, Mirrabook invests all its profits, along with grant funding and corporate sponsorship, into achieving our social aim:


To develop a free, quality digital learning experience for children and young people that will assist them to achieve their potential and not be limited by socio-economic background, race, gender, disability or learning difficulty.


In order to focus our work, we have developed five social projects, each of which has its own additional social aim.


Digital learning linked to the national curriculum for schools in deprived areas. Social aim: to improve access to quality, innovative digital learning for children from disadvantaged areas to improve learning outcomes and innovate teaching. For more information, click here.


Digital learning for children and young people living with long-term health conditions as well as those caring for a family member with long-term health conditions. Social aim: to promote understanding about long-term health conditions and improve self care and ultimately health outcomes. For more information, click here.


Digital learning aimed at both boys and girls to educate about issues associated with gender equality in the workforce and sport. Social aim: to address the under-representation of girls and women in science and technology careers, business and also sport. For more information, click here


Digital learning for children and young people with learning difficulties to support their special education needs. Social aim: to support the numeracy, spelling, reading, memory and organisation of children and young people with learning difficulties. For more information, click here.



Videos of inspirational stories for children and young people who may feel limited by gender, race, disability, learning difficulty or socio-economic background. Social aim: to provide role models and positive stories to improve aspiration in children and young people. For more information, click here.


We utilise digital learning for our social projects because we believe in its power to:

  • engage a geographically wider audience of children and young people
  • develop the digital literacy skills that will be much needed by children and young people as they enter the careers of the future
  • engage children and young people and improve attainment, particularly in those with learning difficulties
  • allow children and young people to learn at more of an individual pace. 


For information about any of our projects and how you can sponsor or support them, please contact us



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