Education (Large Organisation)


CapGemini UK & Code Your Future: Digital Academy

Capgemini is transforming the lives of refugees and people from disadvantaged backgrounds through a partnership with Code Your Future, offering end-to-end support through a series of eight-month training programmes, providing Capgemini mentors and, crucially, offering employment opportunities at the end.

Establishing office-based homework clubs, immersion days, and opportunities for creating project portfolios, we enable students to develop more than tech skills – providing practical experience for a technology career, as well as working with partners to introduce much-needed soft skills.

We have built a lasting partnership with Code Your Future to deliver joint ambitions of creating an inclusive technology sector.


Groundwork London, WRAP & LWARB: Yes to Taste, No to Waste

Pupil-led food waste project, encouraging children and the wider school community to take action on food waste, both in school and at home. The project used innovative methods including experiential learning (hands-on activities), co-design and a whole school approach.

The school programme consists of a series of six interactive workshops culminating in an event for the whole school and wider community, delivered in 24 schools across London. The curriculum-linked workshops were focused on food waste and healthy and sustainable eating, with the key message of ‘choose food that is good for you, and good for the planet’. All workshops are now freely available in a downloadable education pack.

The project used innovative methods including co-design, a whole school approach and experiential learning (hands-on activities) such as planning and delivering a whole school campaign day, led by pupils themselves.


NatWest: MoneySense

NatWest MoneySense is our flagship financial education programme for 5-18-year-olds, helping them to make sense of money and build a better financial future. Since 1994, it has helped more than 7.7 million young people learn about money.

The MoneySense programme has been created with the help of teachers, parents and young people. It is linked directly to the national curriculum and has been awarded the Financial Education Quality Mark.

Easy to use, interactive and fun, the MoneySense programme provides everything you need to teach young people about managing money in a way that’s relevant to their lives. Resources are free to use for teachers and families at, and the programme is supported by a network of enthusiastic bank employee volunteers, who help deliver workshops in classrooms, supporting teaching staff to bring the outside world into schools.