Careers of the future demand digital skills
At 11-14 years, young people really can be anything they want to be. The only certainty is that careers of the future demand digital skills.
Cyber Explorers, an initiative led by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), showcases how the skills being taught in class are linked to real world situations, through an immersive, gamified learning experience. A virtual world where Cyber Explorers uncover how digital, computing and cyber security skills are integral to successful career paths.
Your students can get exciting hands-on insights into the essential role digital plays in all our lives. They will discover meaningful ideas about career options.
Cyber Explorers has been designed for all of your 11-14-year-old students – whether or not they’ve shown any real interest in tech before. It’s flexible enough to use as part of lessons or let students work through independently. Designed with this inquisitive age group firmly in mind, it couldn’t be easier to navigate through its genuinely fun and informative learning journeys.
Visit the Cyber Explorers website to find out more.