Supporting diversity and inclusivity

We run free classes for girls and low-income pupils.

Partnering with universities and companies, we're able to put on free programming classes
and events for children from Year 5 through to Year 11.

Imperial Codelab

Codelab engages secondary school age pupils in computing and STEM subjects through creative coding projects led by talented Imperial students.

Codelab starts in January 2017 for girls and children from low-income families. Children will be invited to attend a term of classes, and will then have access to an online alumni community with additional projects available.

BJSS: Scholarship Programme

The BJSS Scholarship enables pupils in Years 7 to 10 to develop their STEM potential through creative coding classes.

The yearly scholarship provides places to 100 pupils from low-income families in Leeds, Manchester and Bristol. These scholarships provide an opportunity for pupils to develop fundamental skills for our digital world in classes led by talented students from local universities.

Aspire: Coding for Girls

Raising aspirations for young girls in tech.

The ongoing course takes 30 girls from Years 7, 8, and 9 through a 10 week program. At the end, the top students are asked to join for an additional 10 weeks to advance their skills.

Interested in working with Turinglab to set up a CSR / Outreach program of your own?