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Almost 100 Scottish organisations and individuals sign new digital education charter

A great article by FutureScot focusing on the progress of the Digital Technology Education Charter. “Since the Digital Technology Education Charter – which aims to encourage uptake of computing science among students and help bridge the skills gap – went live on 12 May, 32 organisations and 62 individuals have shown their support for the organisation and...

Future of Education

It has been an absolute privilege to be part of the Herald Scotland’s “Future of Education” campaign. #futureofeducation The incredible team have produced an amazing magazine that is filled with amazing individuals, initiatives, inspiration and innovation! Well worth a read 📖 we particularly love the back cover 😉💙 👇👇👇https://t.co/0vyh5DT2gJ

Future of Education

We are thrilled that dressCode has been part of the Herald Scotland’s Future of Education campaign. You can see read our latest article below. We hope you enjoy. https://t.co/j8XuLUGsmR https://t.co/xKOZG0lkSm #education #togetherwecanclosethegendergap #choosecomputingscience

More than an online club. It’s a movement.

The gender gap is a global problem and our free online portal is open to all schools across the world. dressCode is more than just a club, we are a movement! We do more than offer a free online portal for pupils that schools can sign up to, we support them in running a girls...

Scotland’s Enterprising Schools

The amazing senior student Lewis Binnie has been volunteering with dressCode to help with our mission of promoting opportunities in Computing Science. Today Lewis was featured in Scotland’s Enterprising Schools news! It is fantastic to see Lewis’s work getting picked up and shared across a wider platform. A big thanks to the amazing team from...

Ada.scot festival features in digit.fyi

It great to see ada.scot festival being promoted in digit.fyi today! You can read the article here. Ada.scot is a new festival that  hopes to encourage more young women and girls to pursue education and careers in computing science. The Ada Scotland Festival, set to be held online on 13th October, will align with Ada Lovelace Day...

Scottish Technology Ecosystem Review

We are absolutely delighted that dressCode and our founder Toni Scullion are mentioned in the recent Scottish Technology Ecosystem Review. dressCode is recognised as good practice to help closing the gender gap and Toni has been recommended to “be given a full or part-time role in advising government on Computing Science in-curricular design and extra-curricular...

Our founder Toni Scullion caught up with TES to speak about the gender gap and what can be done to close it. “Young people studying science, technology, engineering and mathematics (Stem) subjects – particularly computing science – are falling in schools in Scotland. So it’s no real surprise that the gender gap when it comes to women in senior industry-related...