An event organised by Vodafone Foundation Luxembourg (VFL) and Finding Butterflies will saw students learning about music tech, blockchain, cryptocurrencies, how to code, and more.

One of the highlights for many of the students attending the Innovation Days at St George's will doubtless have been a workshop by DJ Ninja from London — the famous female DJ taught them about music technology. Also in attendance and lending a hand were, among others, Tessy de Nassau, MEP Marc Angel, CEO of Luxembourg Space Agency, and the board of Vodafone.

During the event, students had the opportunity to learn about everything from music production and technology to blockchain, how to code and play with 40 Ozobots from SCRIPT, to virtual reality solutions and beyond.  More than 50 volunteers and 10 teachers were on deck to guide the students through the various exercises.

Various workshops are organised by Farah Nanji, Montesorri & the Learning Partnership, Savii Digital Blockchain and Financial Literacy, SCRIPT Robots, and Vodafone VR.

The event followed on from VFL's Girls in Science event earlier this year, where Tessy de Nassau led biology workshops as 155 girls aged 11 to 15 were given the opportunity to learn more about science and technology - with the aim to inspire them to pursue STEM-related subjects and careers.