Over the past couple of months, TeenTech has delivered TeenTech Innovation Live (for students aged 11-19) and TeenTech City of Tomorrow Live sessions (for students aged 8-13) to thousands of students in the North East, Lancashire, and right across the UK!

During our TeenTech Innovation Live sessions (we cover different topics each week), we’ve talked space with a Planetary Scientist, discussed how we can tackle global warming and other environmental issues with a Climate Change Scientist, thought about how we can make our homes and cities smarter with experts from BT, and we looked at the fast-changing music industry with the lead singer of White Lies and a BBC radio DJ and television presenter.

Each session included a challenge too, allowing students to create short animations (from our Animation session that also included guests from Aardman, who created Wallace and Gromit), consider how to raise awareness of cybersecurity issues and prevent hacking (on our Cybersecurity session that also featured an ethical hacker as a guest), or create a videogame that pushes innovation and promotes accessibility and inclusivity (on our Game Design session with BBC Click’s Kate Russell). Our guests then joined us again for a special Feedback Session the following week where we look at all the projects and provide feedback from our industry experts!

Our TeenTech City of Tomorrow Live sessions have allowed young people to consider how we might live, work and play in the future! They tackle big, global challenges and local issues, and design safer, smarter, kinder buildings.

We’ve had some incredible ideas, and the students have built models from recyclable materials that have wowed experts from companies such as BT, Atkins, Rolls-Royce and Sprinklr. Students have also developed amazing CAD designs, and Minecraft buildings which we’ve been able to show during the feedback sessions.

All these sessions are fun, safe, and interactive, and we’ve had some incredible questions, and project ideas that could really change the world!

We have been asked by young people, teachers and parents if we can make these sessions available. We are delighted to announce that we will be replaying some of our most popular sessions over half-term!

We will be sharing the following sessions over half-term. Sessions will be available to re-watch for five days following their broadcast.

TeenTech Innovation Live: Game Design (Monday 15th February 2021, 10:00am)
TeenTech Innovation Live: Animation (Monday 15th February 2021, 1:00pm)
TeenTech City of Tomorrow Live (Tuesday 16th February 2021, 10:00am)
TeenTech Innovation Live: Environment (Tuesday 16th February 2021, 1:00pm)
TeenTech Innovation Live: Cyber Security (Wednesday 17th February 2021, 10:00am)
TeenTech Innovation Live: Future Technology (Wednesday 17th February 2021, 1:00pm)
TeenTech Innovation Live: Social Media, Streaming and Web Marketing (Thursday 18th February 2021, 10:00am)

Best of all, even though these sessions are replays, students can still develop projects! We’ll run a dedicated Feedback Session for all the half-term projects the following week, and encourage students to enter the TeenTech Awards!

You can register your children and students now for these free sessions: http://teentech.com/live