Google has declared the opening of a 40,000 square foot area in Central London known as The Academy in an attempt to inspire and educate people from children to CEOs.

The Academy, situated in Victoria, is going to include various retro Brighton themed auditoriums with styles representing funfairs, beaches and electric cinemas to appeal to the Academy attendees.

This opening hopes to demonstrate Google’s commitment and dedication to building digital talent and interactivity throughout the generations of the public.

Google have previously released information of the new Google Headquarters opening, which will provide over 3,000 more jobs by the year of 2020, so opening Google Academy is only going to expand their growth.

Ronan Harris, Google UK MD said: “London's ambition to grow, harness new technologies, and build the brightest and best companies has been a constant over the last decade. New jobs have been created and London has shown it can lead the way in a competitive global environment.”

Doors will open to the new digital skills hub during London Tech Week, between 12th and 16th June 2017. Google Academy will offer a ‘Get Started in Tech’ course run by the Prince’s Trust where participants will learn how to use digital technology to create various projects.

For more information on London Tech Week visit: .londontechweek.com