Partner resources for further learning
Our Tech We Can resources are designed to inspire children from an early age about the world of technology and what a future career in technology might look like, based on their passions and interests.
We collaborate with a number of organisations who offer different learning and careers resources which complement our lessons. These will be particularly useful for anyone looking to further their knowledge around technology careers and for older students looking to explore career paths in more detail.
Apps for Good computing courses give students the skills and motivation to shape their future through technology, while giving teachers the confidence to pick up and deliver with ease. Their courses are 100% free to schools and include fantastic opportunities for industry engagement in the classroom from the likes of Spotify and Google.
The Google for Education UK & Ireland site is where you can find the best resources - including virtual lessons and in-person events - designed to support schools & educators get the most out of Google Workspace for Education & Chromebooks, no matter where you are on your edtech journey. Their mission is to help everyone in the world learn anything in the world, whether it's learning for school, work, or life.
MoneySense is NatWest’s financial capability education programme. It provides free, fun and useful financial tools and resources to ensure the next generation is well prepared for their future. Teacher resources range from video assemblies to exciting interactives, activity sheets, lesson plans and presentations, helping teachers to support students to develop financial confidence, as well as growing their own professional development. There are also a range of student resources including videos, interactive AR games, activity sheets and infographics, helping students aged 5-18 to develop the financial confidence to reach their full potential.
Natterhub is an award-winning online safety platform designed to educate primary school pupils to be safe, savvy and kind digital citizens. With a library of 350+ fun, interactive, curriculum-aligned lessons, Natterhub uses a unique approach and focuses on teaching the soft skills that keep children safe online, while building digital resilience and developing awareness of how to thrive online.
Neon is a website that brings together the UK’s best engineering experiences and inspiring careers resources to help primary and secondary teachers bring the STEM curriculum to life for students, with real-world examples of engineering.
Pathway CTM provides an award-winning careers programme for students from year 9 to 13, ensuring young people are fully informed and supported with their options post GCSE and A-Level. They offer a free programme for students which includes access to a range of events, live apprenticeships, work experience opportunities and the ability to connect with employers. There’s also a range of support tools for teachers including events, subject videos and updates on opportunities.
STEM Ambassadors are positive role models who give their time and enthusiasm for free to bring STEM subjects to life and demonstrate their value. Schools, colleges and youth groups can book a STEM Ambassador to come and enrich young people’s learning, illuminate careers and raise their aspirations.