Faiths schools have partnered with a social media giant to provide coding workshops for girls.

The Faiths Forum for London will provide valuable workshops for 30 girls aged 11 to 13-years-old.

Schools taking part include Yavneh College in Borehamwood and Hasmonean School in Barnet.

As part of Twitter's partnership with the Faiths Forum for London, they will provide four invaluable full-day workshops for 30 girls, aged between 11 to 13 years old.

Rabbi Natan Levy, head of operations at Faiths Forum for London, said:

“The partnership between business and faith sectors is a refreshing model of true collaboration.

“While the students learn about the tech, they are also learning about each other’s shared values.

"It is really wonderful to see the students asking important questions about each other’s communities and gaining an understanding of different faiths.

"Those who take part find there are more similarities between them than differences.”

The workshops, which are now in their fourth year, are designed to inspire young girls to pursue a future career in tech.

The sessions also allow girls to form friendships across communities and ask questions about each other’s faiths, practices and cultures.

Faiths Forum for London has said that since Islamophobia, anti-Semitism and racial hatred is prevalent, the chance for young people to forms these bonds is crucial to stamping out hate.

The course has been created by female Twitter coding engineers to deliver coding classes, and has so far trained more than 250 students.