How can we maximise the impact of tech interventions in schools?
Head of TechFuture Karine Barsam looks at the latest research on engaging young people in STEM, and how programme variety could be the key success.
TechFuture Girls club numbers up 70% in 3 years
Over 19,000 girls have explored tech education and careers through the Tech Partnership’s learning resource TechFuture Girls, a figure that has almost doubled in the last 3 years.
Can there be a different reality for girls in STEM?
Head of TechFuture Karine Barsam looks at the latest stats on girls' engagement with STEM and suggests how we can change the status quo.
TechFuture for Teachers
TechFuture offers a range of FREE resources designed by some of the most inventive employers in the tech industry to support the computer science curriculum from Key Stages 2-4, helping teachers inspire the next generation of digital innovators.
Teachers can offer students a fresh new way of learning by bringing the tech industry to the classroom through digital resources including games, quizzes, profiles and much more around crucial skills areas such as cyber security, games design and coding.
Find out more about our programmes below
TechFuture Girls offers a variety of digital resources to help you make technology fun for girls aged 9 – 14. Through the activities, students build their confidence around areas including coding and cyber security.Read more
A range of industry-designed resources to help students develop their digital skills and discover their passions and future careers, through e-learning platforms, videos and advice from leading tech employers.Read more
It is critical for young people to enjoy the opportunities offered by the new computing curriculum – but for this to happen, teachers need to be confident and up-to-date in their own skills.Read more