Supported by

A City of Tomorrow city design from 2015
TeenTech City of Tomorrow offers students the opportunity to apply their knowledge of science, technology and engineering to create their City of Tomorrow where no ideas are too big and everything is smarter, kinder and safer than before. The activity highlights career pathways in construction, engineering and technology and promotes good citizenship.

Schools, libraries, local councils, LEPs can register to participate. If you are a parent or carer and would like to work with your child on this project, individual entries can also be made.

Entrants from the TeenTech City Newbury event

Taking Part

TeenTech City of Tomorrow Live

For Schools and at Home

For students aged 8-13

TeenTech City of Tomorrow invites young people aged 8-13 to design ideas for the safer, smarter, kinder City of Tomorrow, surfacing careers in the connected city, increasing awareness of global sustainability goals, citizenship.

Students consider how physical spaces (home, health, education sport, entertainment, commercial) can provide better experiences for everyone and how they might play a part in the inclusive, digitally connected, city of the future.

The emphasis is on bold creative thinking with live feedback from local and national employers.

What is TeenTech Live?

TeenTech Live brings the exciting world of science and technology to your school or home.

Hosted by well- known science and technology reporters, our interactive sessions are fun, engaging and provide real context to learning, helping young people understand more about careers and the way exciting emerging technology is shaping all aspects of our lives.

TeenTech Live meets Gatsby benchmarks and has been highly praised by teachers, parents and students.

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About Us

Girls at a TeenTech event
TeenTech is a CIC established to change perceptions of careers in careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Construction. Over the last 5 years we have been privileged to work with thousands of young people and industry professionals to create amazing interactions that have sparked imaginations and begun amazing journeys. We are delighted to invite all schools and youth groups throughout the UK to join our new challenge ‘TeenTech City of Tomorrow’. This challenges young people to address the issues facing the modern world in how we work, live and play. Through connecting industry and education we aim to support our leaders of tomorrow as they become responsible global citizens of today.

Why I Support TeenTech City of Tomorrow

In my lifetime the population of our planet has doubled. The way we live is changing faster than at any time in human history. More people around the world are moving into urban areas, and consequently cities are growing and changing fast. This new human planet requires a radical shift in the way we’re going to live together: How can we redesign cities? How can we use energy more efficiently? How can we plan infrastructure better? How can we move faster? How can we live healthier and happier lives? These challenges will require solutions from the next generation of scientists, thinkers and leaders. We need creative solutions wildly different from our old ways of thinking, which will rely on imagination and a bold new approach to science and engineering. With these new challenges will come exciting opportunities. We need brilliant young minds to think about tomorrow’s cities and redesign our world for the better.
Dallas Campbell

TeenTech Patron