The Raspberry Pi Education Newsletter



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We've now trained over 1000 educators through our Picademy programme. Amazing! Have you seen our new set of dates for the UK and US?

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Just over one week ago, the community descended on us in Cambridge for a good old-fashioned knees-up to celebrate our fifth birthday. 

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Check out the latest addition to our family of hardware products: the awesome new Raspberry Pi Zero W.

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US-based Raspberry Pi Certified Educator Nick Provenzano delivered a fantastic keynote speech at our recent Birthday Party. His focus was on using digital making in an educational environment.

Find out more about Nick's work at his blog, The Nerdy Teacher.
We love it when people collaborate in real life on our online projects, so we were super-happy to see Suffolk-based teacher Bob Higham tweet about getting a group of educators together to tackle some digital making:

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Picademy USA events

  • Providence, RI: 05/06, 08/09 Jun 
  • Irvine, CA: 19/20, 22/23 Jun
  • Ann Arbor, MI: 24/25, 27/28 Jul
  • Boise, ID: 07/08, 10/11 Aug
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Picademy UK events

  • Birmingham: 10/11 April
  • Cambridge: 15/16 May
  • London: 29/30 May
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Online Training


There are still tickets available to join us at Maker Faire UK in Newcastle in April! We will be running drop-in workshops over both days.

Making Projects

Translate normal text into pirate speak using jQuery and regular expressions in our Talk like a Pirate resource.
Use Node-RED to communicate with the Pi's GPIO pins in our Getting started with Node-RED resource.
Write a Python script to generate some historic burns using our Shakespearean insult generator resource.

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