The Tech Partnership

It is extremely encouraging to see employers collaborating through the Tech Partnership to help teachers bring the computing curriculum to life. This work will both support academic standards and inspire young people about a wide range of career options.

Former Secretary of State for Education and Minister for Women and Equalities, Nicky Morgan MP

Future Talent

Collaborating to inspire a generation of young people


TechFuture is working to inspire a new generation about tech skills and tech careers through industry-based interactive resources for primary and secondary schools. Designed by employers and education professionals, TechFuture helps teachers deliver an inspiring curriculum, enabling students to reach their ambitions in both education and future employment.  

TechFuture is FREE to all primary and secondary schools in the UK, thanks to the generous sponsorship of employers. 


Driving change with TechFuture

19,000 girls in have attended TechFuture Girls clubs in 1500 schools
750 schools and nearly 1000 teachers are involved with TechFuture Classroom
600 TechFuture ambassadors  across UK schools are inspiring pupils about tech 


Yet there's so much more to be done. With your support TechFuture can:

Help 50,000 young people to grow and develop their tech skills through TechFuture by 2018
Reach 200,000 young people in more than 15,000 schools in the UK by 2020


Discover more below

  • Programmes


    Discover our suite of programmes aimed at encouraging the next generation of tech stars and arming them with the skills they need to develop rewarding tech careers.

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  • Join in

    Join in

    Inspire the next generation of digital innovators by volunteering with TechFuture today. Mentor, lead fun-filled activities and lend career advice for young people of all ages.

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  • Sponsor a programme

    Sponsor a programme

    Find out how you can sponsor TechFuture and help transform the digital skills landscape for 2020.

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