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.
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.
Week 11, July 7th 2020 On Tuesday, Ali was joined by Maggie (TeenTech) and Steven Smith from BT who gave the pupils fantastic feedback on the buildings they’d created during the week as part of our TeenTech City of Tomorrow at Home programme. The range of innovative...
Week 10, June 19th 2020 This week we were really pleased to welcome Beth Fitzpatrick from Atkins and Steve Webb from BT who joined Maggie (TeenTech) and Ali to share their expertise and knowledge about their job roles and the skills involved. They also looked at the...
Week 9, June 12th 2020 On Friday, Ali from TeenTech was joined by Tracie Easby from Atkins and Ruth Seabrook from Roehampton University who gave the pupils feedback on the buildings they’d created during the week as part of our TeenTech City of Tomorrow at Home...