Kids Invent Stuff Teams Up with Taskmaster Education for an Epic Challenge!

Image of Inventor Ruth Amos stood outside the gates of the Taskmaster House.

Get ready to unleash your creativity and put your inventing skills to the test. Kids Invent Stuff is thrilled to announce a collaborative challenge with Taskmaster Education this Autumn Term.

We’re working with the one and only Little Alex Horne to set a super exciting Taskmaster Club challenge. Here’s the best part: one lucky Taskmaster Club member will see their invention built by Kids Invent stuff and tested by Alex Horne himself at the Taskmaster House!

Calling all UK Primary Schools

This is your chance to get involved. Schools across the UK can register for BOTH halves of the Autumn Term at Taskmaster Education:

What is Taskmaster Club?

Inspired by the hilarious TV show, Taskmaster Club lets children work in teams, tackling wacky and wonderful tasks set by none other than Alex Horne (with a little help from their trusty Club Taskmaster!).

Just like the show, these challenges are designed to be fun, creative, and develop essential life skills. Each session features 4 tasks that will test your child’s problem-solving, reasoning, teamwork, and resilience. Plus, there’s bound to be a whole lot of laughter along the way! Taskmaster Club is for everyone, with challenges designed to suit all ages and types of learners.

So, get ready to invent, create, and have some fun with Kids Invent Stuff and Taskmaster Education this Autumn Term!

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to be a member of a Taskmaster Club to get access to this challenge?

At the moment, yes, this opportunity is only open to schools with a Taskmaster Club. The challenge is set to launch publicly at a later date.

I’m a teacher but I’ve never heard of the Taskmaster Club, how do I sign up?

You can find all the information you need over on the Taskmaster Education website:

Is this challenge for all ages?

This challenge will be available to any Primary Schools registered for Taskmaster Clubs. Secondary schools, schools globally, home educators, and other groups will be able to purchase this block of clubs in August, but can currently buy two blocks of existing clubs (Pineapple and Watermelon) at  

When will the video of the build be available?

The video of the invention built by Kids Invent Stuff and tested by Little Alex Horne at the Taskmaster House will be released as part of British Science Week 2025 (7-16 March).