The micro:bit is a computer designed for people to learn to code and develop digital skills.

Through our schools work, we empower teachers, governments and educational organisations to provide quality education for young people in partnership with the Micro:bit Educational Foundation.

Our global activity is expanding across South America, Europe, Asia, Middle East and Northern Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa. Our aim is to develop new generations of creators, rather than consumers of technology. 

See below examples of our work in schools across the world.

If you want to learn more about introducing coding into your school, take a look at the recording of our recent Coding in Schools webinar.