As the world’s leading semiconductor IP company, Arm’s technology is
in billions of devices; from supercomputers and cars, to mobile phones
and small computers. The Arm School Program is part of its Education
team and works with schools and partners to support teaching communities
of practice and enabling research into STEM and computing education.
They also offer a range of free resources,
linked to the computer science curriculum.
BT Skills for Tomorrow offers a wide range of free advice,
information and support for all ages and abilities,
to help people make the most of life in the digital world.
As part of this, BT and Computing at School’s (CAS)
supports primary teachers with the computing curriculum,
providing free CPD and classroom resources. BT also offers
free activities and games
for parents to use with their children to develop their digital skills.
Google is dedicated to closing equity gaps in computer science education
by providing the tools, resources, and inspiration to help every educator
give their students confidence in Computer Science, advance their skills,
and prepare them for the future.
CS First: a free computer
science curriculum and
Applied Digital Skills: free video-based
lessons to prepare students for the jobs of today and tomorrow.
IBM supports a more inclusive society by partnering with key organisations in
the public and non-profit sectors, providing expertise. technology, and a
commitment to help young people build the skills required to succeed.
Their free online learning platform, Open P-TECH, introduces students (13-18 years)
and teachers to the technical and professional skills of the future. IBM also offers
SkillsBuild, a free learning platform for adults looking to upskill and reskill.
At Nationwide we’re rethinking technology to build a better society and inspire young people to pursue STEM-related subjects and careers.
As well as partnering with the Tech Talent Charter,
Tech She Can Charter, Code Club and Enthuse,
which has inspired over 45,000 underrepresented
students to consider a career in tech, we’ve also
supported the NCCE with the rewriting of the computer
curriculum and reskilling teachers to deliver it,
from primary through to A-Level.
Rolls-Royce are committed to advancing STEM subjects among the scientists
and engineers of tomorrow. One of the ways they are working to help
reach and support young people is through the Rolls-Royce Schools Prize
for Science & Technology - an annual awards programme that helps teachers’
increase science, mathematics, and technology engagement.
The prize is open to all schools and colleges in the UK.