Learning to code is not just fun, creative and stimulating - by 2035 it will be fundamental to more than half of all jobs.


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From an early age we need to give digital literacy as much importance as numeracy and literacy
— Sally Morgan, Former Chair OFSTED

Simon Peyton-Jones, Chair of Computing at School, UK

Simon passionately tells the TED audience why children should be learning to be digital creators rather than digital consumers. Learning computing NOW!

 
 

Digital technology creates opportunities across society and the economy, transforming the way people work, communicate, express themselves creatively and much more - digital skills are required to harness this potential
— TechUK White Paper: "We're just not doing enough"

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