Seven New Tech Club Events Announced!

The Young Makers Tech Club is a regular meet up for young people who love or are interested in all things Tech. It’s predominately aimed at children from around 8 to 18 years old. We’ve just announced seven more events running from September through to December. Check out our events calendar for more information.

Youth STEMM Award: Exploring coding and so much more.

One of our members, Phoebe, has created an excellent blog to talk about her experiences at the Young Makers Tech Club. You can read it here on the Youth STEMM Award website.

Latest Press Articles

Could younger workers hold the key to a technological revolution?
With each new generation more tech-savvy than the last, could firms in East Anglia being doing more to utilise the skills of younger workers to drive technological development?

Education system needs to reflect technology skills for jobs of tomorrow, MP hears.
A lack of understanding of how to teach tech in school risks leaving the next generation of coders and developers to train themselves.

Norfolk mother encouraging improved technology teaching for children and teenagers.
‘We need to give our children different skills to arm them for their future’ – An enterprising mother is calling for schools to focus on technology to prepare youngsters for the future job market.

Improve your tech skills at Raspberry Jam Norwich.
A one-day festival for those involved in coding, programming or working with electronics – or who want to be – is coming to Norwich this month.

Families learn about the digital revolution at fun Norwich Raspberry Jam festival.
Children, parents and grandparents learned how easy it is to get involved in the digital revolution at a one-day interactive festival.

Tech club Step Into Tech aims to help develop the programmers of the future.
From Raspberry Pis to Python coding, a new venture is aiming to give tech-savvy youngsters a chance to develop the skills which could help fill the jobs of the future.

Yesterday’s sci-fi is today’s project for kids.
Article by Adrian Pickering, software development consultant, mentor and coder.

Claire Riseborough on paving the way for tomorrow’s tech stars.
An interview by Rachel Buck, digital marketing consultant.

YouTube Feature

Mustard TV Business Extra: Step into Tech.
Lauren De Boise is joined by Claire Riseborough the founder of Step into Tech.