Organisation Details

Eg, school name.

The programme is open to Department for Education-registered schools, and nationally-recognised youth or community groups.

Select the one that best describes your institution.

Team Details

The adult responsible for the team - typically teacher, classroom assistant or group leader. 

The best number to reach you on.

Tick all that apply.

Your team may not be formed yet, but complete with as many details as you know.

Eg: UK-001. Leave blank if unsure.

The programme is optimised for Key Stage 3.

Maximum size is 15 students; recommended minimum 8.

Greatest impact is achieved when teams meet for at least 2 hours weekly.

If multiple, let us know the most frequent.

Role models from industry bring technical expertise and career know-how.

Congratulations - you heard of us from your local Big Bang Fair so you'll receive £75 off your single team's registration fee. Want £0 registration? Refer a new organisation that hasn't participated and ask them to put your name in the referral fields below -- you'll both receive a £75 reduction. Offer valid for new organisations only. Cannot be used in conjunction with early bird offer.

To be eligible for a ‘refer a friend’ discount, both the referring and the referred organisations must register by 31 July 2019. Referred organisations must include either the name of the referrer and/or the referrer’s organisation when completing the registration form to receive discount. Referral discounts will be applied to the organisation’s invoice.
*Organisations will receive a £75 reduction on a single team’s registration fee for each new organisation registered (maximum of two referrals). This will equate to a £0 registration fee for a single team for the 2019-20 season.
*Referred organisations will receive a £75 reduction on a single team’s registration fee, with the opportunity to refer another new organisation to reduce their team’s registration fee to £0 for the 2019-20 season.
*New organisations referred by a registered mentor will also receive a £75 reduction on the 2019-20 registration fee.

See details above.

The STEM Ambassador that referred you.

Available to non-fee-paying institutions that have not previously participated.

Financial Support

We're on a mission to make STEM accessible to all. Thanks to our generous supporters we have a number of full and partial bursaries for eligible teams. Bursaries are only available to non-fee paying institutions that have not participated in FIRST Tech Challenge UK previously. For more information on eligibility criteria and conditions, please click here

Search for Pupil Premium data on your school's page here.

Search by organisation's postcode and list LSOA ranking.

Search by organisation's postcode and list deprivation rank.

Search by organisation's postcode and list SIMD overall rank.

Search by organisation's postcode and list overall ranking number.

In addition to making STEM more accessible by supporting organisations which serve disadvantaged communities as indicated in part by deprivation indexing and pupil premium, we are also keen to support those who positively promote a broader inclusion and diversity agenda. Please provide information about how delivery of FIRST Tech Challenge in your organisation may be targeted at cohorts which are under-represented in STEM (for example: girls). Limit 500 words.


The registration fee provides access to online resources, financial support, and entry to a regional tournament.

Plus VAT. A registration invoice is only issued after financial support decisions have been made.

Plus VAT.