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Register your project for Coolest Projects 2023 now

Young creators, it’s time to share your ideas with the world! Registration for Coolest Projects is now open. Coolest Projects is an online showcase celebrating all young people who create with digital technology. From today, Monday 6 February, young people can register their projects on the Coolest Projects website. Registered projects...

Code to the beat of your own drum during Black History Month 2023

When we think about a celebration, we also think about how important it is to be intentional about sound. And with this month of February being a celebration of Black history in the USA, we want to help you make some noise to amplify the voices, experiences, and achievements of the Black community. From the past and present, to those still...

Computing curriculum fundamentals | Hello World #20

Why are computing systems at the heart of our computing curriculum design? Senior Learning Manager Sway Grantham from the Foundation team explains in her article from the brand-new issue of Hello World, our free magazine for computing educators, out today. Whether you plan lessons on a Computing topic, develop curriculum content, or even...

Combining computing and maths to teach primary learners about variables

In our first seminar of 2023, we were delighted to welcome Dr Katie Rich and Carla Strickland. They spoke to us about teaching the programming construct of variables in Grade 3 and 4 (age 8 to 10). Dr Katie Rich Carla Strickland We are hearing from a diverse range of speakers in our current series of monthly online research...

Celebrating the community: Adarsh

In our work, we get to meet so many super inspiring young people who make things with technology. Our series of community stories is one way we share their journeys and enthusiasm for digital making with you. Today we’re introducing you to Adarsh from California, USA. Meet Adarsh Help us celebrate Adarsh and inspire other...

What to expect from the Raspberry Pi Foundation in 2023

Welcome to 2023.  I hope that you had a fantastic 2022 and that you’re looking forward to an even better year ahead. To help get the year off to a great start, I thought it might be fun to share a few of the things that we’ve got planned for 2023. Whether you’re a teacher, a mentor, or a young person, if it’s computer science, coding, or...

Gender Balance in Computing — the big picture

Improving gender balance in computing is part of our work to ensure equitable learning opportunities for all young people. Our Gender Balance in Computing (GBIC) research programme has been the largest effort to date to explore ways to encourage more girls and young women to engage with Computing. Commissioned by the Department for Education...

Building community with our Global Clubs Partners

As part of our mission to enable young people to realise their full potential through the power of computing and digital technologies, we work in partnership with organisations around the globe to grow and sustain the Code Club and CoderDojo networks of coding clubs for young people. These organisations are our Global Clubs Partners, and they undertake...

Combining research and practice to evaluate and improve computing education in non-formal settings

In the final seminar in our series on cross-disciplinary computing, Dr Tracy Gardner and Rebecca Franks, who work here at the Foundation, described the framework underpinning the Foundation’s non-formal learning pathways. They also shared insights from our recently published literature review about the impact that non-formal computing education has...

Training teachers and empowering students in Machakos, Kenya

Over the past months, we’ve been working with two partner organisations, Team4Tech and Kenya Connect, to support computing education across the rural county of Machakos, Kenya. Working in rural Kenya In line with our 2025 strategy, we have started work to improve computing education for young people in Kenya and South...

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