This pioneering weeklong summer programme 'Digital Leap' aims to
inspire female identifying students to take the jump into a creative digital world
Combining Pell Ensembles unique teaching style of movement, programming and physical computing participants will work together to build an immersive performance in a week.  Aimed at students about to enter year 8, this programme will generate excitement, build confidence and introduce skills, encouraging students to move forwards with a career in computing and or the creative digital industries.

In Summer 2022, we will pilot this programme with 30 students
from Kent with the support of Maidstone Girls Grammar School. 
We will offer student places on the programme for free to create access for
those from low socio-economic backgrounds. 
We are currently building partnerships with businesses that would like to support this opportunity.

If you would like to donate you can do so directly below or get in touch for a further conversation.

 For more information GET IN TOUCH


Support a students full 5 day Digital Leap journey

Read More


To support 1 students lunch for a week during Digital Leap

Read More


Support a 

students lunch during Digital Leap, 2 t-shirts and a swag bag 

Read More


Donate any amount you wish. 

All contributions will go to supporting a great Digital Leap experience. 

Read More

DONATE To our Swag Bags

As part of Digital Leap we are planning for students to receive a swag bag full of goodies.  We are looking for contributions to these.  It could be pens, a notebook, snacks, laptop decals, water bottles, digital tools/toys ect.  This is a great chance to support the programme and build your brand awareness.


If your interested in donating swag


Read More

Leytonstone TrialblazARs

A creative digital adventure that brings to life the history of Leytonstone High Road, through the eyes of young local residents.  Get to know this corner of the city better through a walking AR app that includes dance, music and stories created and told by the people that live here.  

The app was created by students from Leytonstone’s very own Connaught School for Girls in collaboration with digital dance company Pell Ensemble and computing educator U Can Too.  Students co-created the performance, stories and music, and developed the app using Augmented Reality app Blippar; creating a way to see the high street in a new light.

The interactive element of the project is now closed
but to read more about the work click HERE



Teaching the hard skills of coding through a creative brief.  

A programme started in 2016, led by The Bridge at Waterloo supported by the Wolcot Foundation, to create a pathway to digital employment for people 18-30 in Lambeth Council.  Digital futures works to give people employability and coding skills over a 4 week period.  The digital education team led by Su Adams of U Can Too teamed up with dance choreographer Rebecca Evans of Pell Ensemble to bring a creative twist to the project.  Students in the 2016 cohort created a digital performance for Strive Festival at Southbank Centre and in 2017 an evening performance was created for The Vaults.  


For more about the program click the link below. 


Digital Futures