Other educational programmes for young people from the Raspberry Pi Foundation:
CoderDojos are for 7-17-year-olds and run in community spaces, such as libraries, offices or tech hubs. You can search for a Dojo near you, get in touch with the organisers and book spaces at coderdojo.com.
In 2017, CoderDojo merged with the Raspberry Pi Foundation to provide even more opportunities for children and young people to learn about computing and digital making.
Astro Pi is an annual science and coding competition where student-written code is run on the International Space Station!
It’s open to students from all ESA member states, and you can find out more at astro-pi.org.
A Raspberry Jam is a meetup for anyone who is interested in making things with a Raspberry Pi computer.
Jams include talks, workshops, drop-in sessions, show-and-tells, and more. They are welcoming events where you’ll meet and learn from like-minded people in a friendly environment.
Find out more about Raspberry Jams at raspberrypi.org/jam.
All of the free project resources created by us at the Raspberry Pi Foundation are freely accessible to everyone. If your child would like to code our projects at home, they can find them on our projects site.