Our partners provide financial and pro-bono assistance to help us to deliver high-quality creative computing support to the schools and students that need it most. In return we help them meet ambitious CSR, HR and sustainability goals.
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Ada, the National College for Digital Skills, is England’s first new Further Education College since 1993. Its mission is to work with industry to design and deliver an education that empowers all its students, especially women and those from low-income backgrounds, to progress into highly skilled digital roles and lead flourishing lives.
Ada works closely with us to develop our online learning software for schools. In 2017 this programme reached over 2,000 students across the UK.
The UCL Institute of Education is the world's leading centre for education and social science research, teaching, and engagement. Turinglab is part of the inaugural cohort of UCL EDUCATE - a programme designed to support promising Education Technology companies.
As a member on the inaugural cohort of EDUCATE, Turinglab has worked closely with leading education researchers, and continues to develop more effective evaluation programmes with their support.
Imperial College London is consistently ranked amongst the top universities in the world. As a leading science and engineering institution, it aims to give back to the community with engaging programs such as Imperial Codelab, powered by YNAP.
The 2017-2018 programme will provide places to around 700 pupils across London with a focus on increasing diversity in Computing. The programme currently boasts a 60% attendance by young women learning to code.
BJSS is an award-winning, delivery focused IT consultancy. With over 20 years' software delivery and IT advisory experience, they are renowned for technical excellence, cost-effective delivery and their proven BJSS Enterprise Agile approach.
BJSS has partnered with us to develop our online learning software for schools. They support the technical development of the platform as well as support 10 schools in Leeds, Manchester, Bristol and London with Computing.
Creative England and Nominet Trust have both invested in Turinglab through the iAmDigital programme which supports organisations developing digital skills for those in the UK.
Creative England is a non-profit aiming to unlock the creative power of our country through supporting creative initiatives and business across the UK.
Nominet Trust exists to ensure that the ongoing tech revolution delivers positive and equitable social impact: that when our lives are transformed by tech, they are transformed for the better.