Next Gen Innovators Workshop 2013


MORE than 100 students took part in a schools’ fringe event that ran alongside this year’s Malvern Festival of Innovation. The schools’ fringe event was held at Malvern College and allowed schools to attend a series of workshops showcasing engineering … Continue reading

Key IQ & Wyche Innovation Centre

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Key IQ is a business and technology catalyst, helping entrepreneurs and small businesses to grow and succeed. They manage the Wyche Innovation Centre in Malvern, where we hold monthly Raspberry Pi Jams for local children, organise the annual Malvern Festival … Continue reading

Malvern Raspberry Jam – Student Edition

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Little Pi Shop had a fun time on Tuesday afternoon taking part in the very first Student Edition Raspberry Pi Jam at The Wyche Innovation Centre, Malvern. It was great to see kids embracing a barebones computer and coming away … Continue reading

Inspiring young people


STEMNET (the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Network) creates opportunities to inspire young people in STEM. They are an inspirational organisation, and being involved with STEM is a wonderful opportunity to be inspired and to help inspire the next generation. … Continue reading

The home of the Raspberry Pi


The tiny and affordable credit-card sized computer was borne out of an idea from Eben Upton, Rob Mullins, Jack Lang and Alan Mycroft (University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory). They had noticed an increasing decline in the numbers and skills levels … Continue reading

Code Club Pro


Educator Alert! Calling all primary teachers   From April 2014 Code Club will deliver Continuing Professional Development (CPD) training to primary school teachers. They want teachers to feel confident and excited about the new computing curriculum. The sessions aim to … Continue reading

Code Club

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Code Club is a nationwide network of free volunteer-led after-school coding clubs for children aged 9-11. Their volunteers are really enthusiastic, and great to learn from! 

Pi’s, planes and Jason Bradbury…


We have been busy behind the scenes following our visit to Bett 2014 Education show and the London Toy Fair last month. This year there were over 300,000 visitors. It was exciting to meet Jason Bradbury (of The Gadget Show … Continue reading

Show and tell…


Robots were showing off their moves at BETT 2014. Leading the way was NAO, a humanoid robot popular with Educationalists – unfortunately, not powered by a Raspberry Pi, (but we like him anyway). We caught him on film. Check him … Continue reading

Cloudy with a chance of Raspberry Pi

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Whatever the weather, Airpi tells it how it is. Build your own weather station and monitor air quality with a Raspberry Pi! If you’re mad about the weather, you’ll love this! Watch the video here. Alyssa Dayan and Tom Hartley … Continue reading