At Future Transformation, we are excited to reflect on the remarkable impact we’ve had in 2023 as we continue our mission to inspire, educate, and empower future generations in the fields of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) and Space. Our commitment to innovation and breaking stereotypes has made a substantial impact, reaching over 50,000 students since 2019 and playing a key role in the success of major events.

-International Women’s Day: Breaking Stereotypes, Inspiring Futures

In celebration of International Women’s Day, we hosted two empowering events featuring insightful panel discussions with role models in STEM. The goal was to address doubts, break stereotypes, and inspire young minds, particularly girls, to pursue careers in these fields. Our collaboration with Digital Makers added a unique dimension to these events. It’s worth noting that Digital Makers recently showcased the impactful results of their research in Finland, highlighting the resonance and importance of such initiatives.

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– Summer of Tech 

Our Summer of Tech initiative took learning to new heights with the thrilling launch of water rockets. Students at the Valley Project experienced the excitement of hands-on experiments, sparking their curiosity and passion for technology. It’s moments like these that lay the foundation for future innovators and problem solvers. 

Summer of Tech 2023

– Bradford Tech Fest: Showcasing Innovation in the Heart of the City

The Bradford Tech Fest brought together tech enthusiasts, industry leaders, and curious minds for a celebration of innovation. Our engagement included a captivating showcase of our replica of Orion, captivating audiences and providing insights into the wonders of space, and working with different organisations like The Venturists, where students learned about sustainable energy with hands-on activities. The event not only celebrated technology but also emphasised its accessibility and relevance in our everyday lives.

Family Learning Festival with the Science and Media Museum

Collaborating with the National Science and Media Museum, we participated in the Family Learning Festival, captivating audiences with the marvels of space. Our replica of Orion was once again a star attraction, and we took the opportunity to explain the mysteries of the cosmos to eager learners of all ages.

To the Moon and back- Building Orion

As we look back on these events, we are filled with gratitude for the support of our dedicated team, enthusiastic volunteers, and the collaborative spirit of the organisations that joined us on this journey, special thanks to  The Deparment for Science, Innovation and Technology, the National Science and Media Museum,  Digital Makers, The University of Bradford, Bradford College, Keighley College, Shipley College, all teachers, schools and supporters. 


Looking Forward: Inspiring Future Generations in STEAM and Space

Our success in 2023 fuels our determination to expand and enhance our programmes. We aspire to continue inspiring and empowering future generations to explore the possibilities within STEAM and Space. We invite like-minded individuals and organisations to join us in this mission, as together, we can create a brighter and more innovative future for all. For more information please click here or contact us at

Thank you for being a part of our journey and for supporting our vision to keep creating awareness into STEAM.