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Happy tears in Scarborough!

Happy tears in Scarborough!

We had a brilliant day in Scarborough running a City of Tomorrow build day with great feedback from teachers and impressive creativity from students. The winners of the day were the ABC school, a homeless shelter and the inner-city safari park. ABC School was designed...

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Innovation starts in Nuneaton!

Innovation starts in Nuneaton!

Young people in the West Midlands take part in the region’s TeenTech programme. An exciting TeenTech Innovation Day at MIRA Technology Institute kicked off TeenTech West Midlands’ inspiring year-round programme to help young people in schools across the region...

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Case study: Grace Blake

Case study: Grace Blake

My name is Grace Blake and I am now 20 years old, working at IBM as a Junior Management Consultant Apprentice. I first got involved with Teen Tech just under 10 years ago when I was at Park House School as a year 7 student. My school was lucky enough to be invited to...

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TeenTech Leicester goes into orbit!

TeenTech Leicester goes into orbit!

From the future of autonomous cars to the future of space technology, the TeenTech Leicester Festival imaginatively demonstrated how the region is at the very heart of digital innovation. Over 42 different companies and universities brought the the sharp end of...

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Case study: Evelyn Grace Academy

Case study: Evelyn Grace Academy

Evelyn Grace School in Brixton came to our London Festival with a group of ten students four years ago and subsequently entered two teams in the TeenTech awards. Over the following year we saw the number of students grow to 80. TeenTech Teacher of the Year, Sumair...

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Case Study: Harry

Case Study: Harry

TeenTech has been working with young people for over ten years and we are really proud of our alumnae. We have asked some of our students to write their experience. I'm Harry, originally from Oakham but now living in Birmingham while running my company, HausBots. I’m...

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