At DSH, we feel incredibly privileged to be supported by passionate and generous industry partners, who have enabled us to reach thousands of pupils across the UK and make our vision of bridging the gap between education and industry a reality.
Digital Schoolhouse launch One Minute Mentor: a careers resource featuring Ubisoft, SEGA and more...
Digital Schoolhouse is thrilled to finally reveal One Minute Mentor, our new careers resource which aims to inspire pupils with the breadth of roles available in the creative digital sector through punchy, digestible videos hosted on their YouTube channel.
This resource features a library of one minute videos made by professionals within the sector to educate aspiring pupils on careers pathways they might not otherwise consider.
SEGA, Ubisoft and Konami open their doors for local Digital Schoolhouse students in aid of the Discover! Creative Careers week which is taking place from 18 - 22 November 2019 to inspire young people and encourage them to pursue a career within the creative industries sector.
Schools and colleges that are part of the Digital Schoolhouse Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Team Battle are all eligible to receive support from a careers coach. That is, video games industry professionals who kindly volunteer their time to inspire and inform students about future opportunities and possible careers that they might not otherwise consider.
NEW! Estelle, Curriculum Content Developer at Digital Schoolhouse, will be taking us on a monthly journey of her expeirence pioneering in a brand new hybrid teaching role. Catch her August blog below.
We’re all going on a Summer Holiday…
We’re thrilled to release part 1 of ‘On the road to victory’, a three-part series exploring each knockout event of the DSH esports tournament from the perspective of our participating students, teachers and industry.
NEW! Estelle, Curriculum Content Developer at Digital Schoolhouse, will be taking us on a monthly journey of her expeirence pioneering in a brand new hybrid teaching role. Catch her June & July blog below.
We are thrilled to announce that Ukie’s Digital Schoolhouse powered by PlayStation programme, will receive £200,000 from the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) as announced today by Creative Industries Minister Margot James at Dudley College.