The National Centre for Computing Education's vision is for every child in every school in England to have a world-leading computing education. Part of this is achieved by working in partnership with organisations offering support around computing and digital skills.
We are excited to work together with Micro:bit and BBC to provide training to teachers on how to use micro:bits in their primary classrooms. With micro:bits you will be able to enhance pupils' learning of the computing curriculum and support their learning in other subject areas. Our network of Computing Hubs offer a short 'Introduction to micro:bit' course at various locations through England, and teachers in state-funded schools can access this CPD an no fee.
Book your place on the 'Introduction to micro:bit course'
Register NOW for free micro:bits for your primary school and find out more about the BBC micro:bit - the next gen campaign launching in September.
Find out more and access resources here.