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As an educational charity, education is at the heart of what we do here at Raspberry Pi. This year has seen the education team grow in number, resulting in the development of our new learning and teaching materials (a set of resources we’re adding to all the time), a free teacher training programme (Picademy), the introduction of competitions like the Poster Competition and the current Sonic Pi competition, all at the same time as running and participating in outreach events across the globe.
We often contribute posts to this blog to inform you, our wonderful community, about what we have been up to, and about future developments; and you often respond and interact with us to help us improve.
To help us inform teachers, school IT administrators, governors, head teachers, home educators and parents about what’s up in the world of Raspberry Pi in education, we have created a new email newsletter to keep educators and other interested folk up to date on all of our projects.
You can sign up for our newsletter here, and enjoy a monthly email penned by one of the Raspberry Pi Education Team. It is super easy to both subscribe and unsubscribe to the newsletter, and we shall be keeping an archive of all issues on the education page of the website. We promise never to use your email address for spam, and we promise never to sell it, fold, bend, spindle or mutilate it. Go and sign up – we think you’ll find it really useful!
like that would include me in your uploads. thank you
We are starting up a very small but determined Coding, Electronics and Robotics Club in the new year in our small patch of the world in England.
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Raspberry Pi Staff Liz Upton
I’m afraid you’ll have to sign yourself up manually to this and to the mailing list at http://piweekly.net/ – we can’t do that for you because of data protection rules (and because we’re very busy!)
I’d prefer an RSS feed instead of emails. Did you think about feeding the news to RSS?