TechFuture Girls is an out-of-the-box after-school club that has been specifically designed to encourage girls to stay engaged in IT.
It helps girls develop their tech skills through a series of fun challenges, themed around their interests – like music, sport and dance. Running TechFuture Girls doesn’t need any specialist IT expertise or software, it’s fully curriculum-compliant, and girls love it. It supports girls’ learning in IT and across the curriculum, and benefits their confidence and self-esteem.
Tried, Trusted, Successful
19,000 girls have attended TechFuture Girls clubs in 1500 schools across the UK.
- 84% of girls involved state they are more likely to consider further education or a career in technology as a result
- 98% of teachers who run the clubs say that members’ IT confidence levels have improved
“Girls can have a fun club with no boys and no pressure. We play music, some of us dance - everyone helps out each other. We all love it.” TechFuture Girls club facilitator
*TechFuture Girls is available free to all schools in the UK only.
About The Tech Partnership
"The Tech Partnership is about us, employers, genuinely driving advantage for our industry and for the whole of the country. It is vital we actually do something as a group, something that has a big effect that really makes a big difference, to help to change the country."
Phil Smith, CEO, Cisco UK & Ireland and Chair, The Tech Partnership
The Tech Partnership is the growing network of employers creating the skills for the digital economy. We work to inspire young people about technology, accelerate the flow of talented people from all backgrounds into technology careers and help companies develop the technology skills they need for the future.
The Tech Partnership's work in schools
The Tech Partnership is passionate about capturing the hearts and minds of young people, and inspiring them about the limitless possibilities of a career in technology.
With our TechFuture programmes, we are informing young people about tech careers, making it easier to teach the curriculum, and helping to equip students with the skills and confidence to fulfil their potential in the digital economy.
TechFuture Careers aims to bring the tech sector to life for 14 to 19 year-olds with interactive content to encourage students to consider a tech career, video profiles of inspiring tech professionals from a range of different sectors and clear, up-to date information on the routes into the tech sector.
TechFuture Classroom delivers curriculum resources for students based on real life projects from industry. These support computing and computer science qualifications including GCSEs and A-levels, and are provided complete with lesson plans and mark schemes for teachers.
The Tech Partnership, through Tata Consulting Services (TCS), is teaming up with STEMNET to engage tech and digital professionals across the sector to sign up as TechFuture Ambassadors.Be part of a national network of tech role models.