Raspberry Pi Foundation
Discover a new and exciting way to learn about computing and digital making with the Raspberry Pi Foundation.
Whether you’re a teacher, a coding club volunteer, a life-long learner, or simply curious about computing — we’ve got all your learning needs and interests covered.
With us, you can:
- Understand the basics of computer systems, or the ideas behind machine learning
- Build your first website, or design a robot or embedded system
- Enhance your existing computing and programming knowledge and skills
- Teach young people, open a coding club, or make sure you’re using the latest pedagogy
- Take your first steps with databases and SQL, or discuss how the way data is collected and processed affects the world
We’re here to help you on your computing journey. Take one of our free online courses and learn at your own pace.
National Centre for Computing Education courses
If you’re a teacher in England, you can use many of our courses as credit towards a National Centre for Computing Education (NCCE) certificate. You’re also eligible for a free upgrade to get the official FutureLearn CPD Certificate for any NCCE courses you take. Visit teachcomputing.org to find out which courses to take, and book your place today.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation is a UK-based charity that works to put the power of computing and digital making into the hands of people all over the world. We do this so that more people are able to harness the power of computing and digital technologies for work, to solve problems that matter to them, and to express themselves creatively.
We engage millions of young people in learning computing and digital making skills through a thriving network of clubs and events, and through partnerships with youth organisations. We enable any school to offer students the opportunity to study computing and computer science through providing the best possible curriculum, resources, and training for teachers. We work to deepen our understanding of how young people learn about computing and digital making, and to use that knowledge to increase the impact of our own work and to advance the field of computing education. We make computing and digital making accessible to all through providing low-cost, high-performance single-board computers and free software.