Would you like a FREE fun, new way to get girls interested in IT?
CC4G (Computer Clubs for Girls) is an award winning programme from e-skills UK which gives girls aged 10-14 the opportunity to take part in a wide range of activities from designing their own celebrity posters or magazine covers, to planning a fundraising campaign or mixing music.
CC4G has proved to be very popular and is completely FREE to all DfES funded schools and is available to all other schools by calling 0800 328 5161. This award-winning initiative, which is already benefiting more than 84,000 girls in over 2,600 schools, captures students' imagination at an age when girls typically become disinterested in IT.
CC4G also has the support of leading bodies including Becta, Naace and the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust.
It offers more than 61 hours of e-learning and 170 hours of off-line projects and challenges and is mapped to the ICT curriculum.
CC4G Clubs are generally run after school, and are the perfect addition to your study support and Extended Schools programme. Our Clubs run in both Primary and Secondary schools, so CC4G is a great programme to support the girls during that difficult transition phase, with a special step by step guide on how CC4G can be used to aid transition.
Some of the Clubs are run by ICT teachers, but many are not.
CC4G is easy to set up and run, and all the resources are provided, so you do not have to be an expert in ICT.
We also offer CPD training opportunities for schools which run CC4G.
Register now at www.cc4g.net.
For more information, email CC4G at cc4ghelpdesk@e-skills
or call us on
0800 328 5161 (freephone)