Welcome to the Future
From beginner to confident user and beyond!
We help you pick the programming tool that’s right for you, from block coding to text-based programming with Python.
Robots are fun! Also, the micro:bit is the perfect controller for learning how to build and program robots! Combining the micro:bit with Robot creates a flexible Robotics platform for Everyone !
Transform your micro:bit with quick Make It: Code It projects.
Transform your world with problem-solving activities and the do your :bit challenge.
AI & Machine Learning
The pocket-sized computer Micro:bit is being updated with the latest technology to help children code. It’s now 4 times faster and includes a built-in speaker and microphone, as well as upgrades making it possible to experiment with Artificial Intelligence and machine learning.
Mission & Vision
Get coding and change the world!
We will support Kids to develop a fluency in concepts and languages of computer systems and foster digital creativity. and we will support them to make the connections between abstract ideas and real world outcomes by working with software and hardware together: designing, building, prototyping, iterating (the experience of improving a design, as well as making mistakes and learning from them.
Collaborating with parents
We will work in collaboration with parents to create an easy ways to unleash kids creativity with an easy to training programmes and resources
We enable and inspire all children to participate in the digital world, with particular focus on girls and those from disadvantaged groups
Making easy & effective learning
We are trying the micro:bit as the easiest and most effective learning tool for digital skills and creativity
Inspire every child to create their best digital future
What Can We Do For You?
Explore data and the sensors through a variety of unplugged and programming activities& develop their understanding of flowchart algorithms, selection, inputs and outputs to make a tester for electrical conductivity.
Kids will exploring how technology can be used to protect biodiversity in your neighborhood and the wider world and explore how technology can protect plant life and increase food production
Design and program digital flashcards to help them learn a new language, and introduce the kids to variables and develop different programs using the BBC micro:bit to help families get active.
Three simple projects to learn about the importance of being active to help prevent heart disease and create wearable devices to encourage people to be more active. Design challenges for finding solutions
Kids will be introduced to an advanced projects to explore how wireless networks, smart materials and algorithms can help keep our environment and our nature clean from the land to the oceans .
Kids will learn how technology can help animal to survive and promote bio-diversity and design challenges for finding solutions to the Global Goals for sustainable development (SDGs).
we are going to lean and use many amazing tools to help us by mastering the coding and programming concepts , and learn how we can control the physical equipment by software , and we will be able to control the hardware and the software and here is the tools that we are going to use in our journey !
MakeCode editor is the perfect way to start programming. The blocks are familiar to anyone who’s previously used Scratch, and yet powerful enough to access the features of this tiny computer .
Python is a great way to deepen your programming skills through text-based coding. Its natural English-like structure makes it easy to start learning, but it’s also powerful enough to be used in areas like data science and machine learning.
Mobile and tablet apps
If you’re using mobile devices like there is an Apps that let you program your micro:bit using MakeCode. Code is transferred from your mobile device to the micro:bit using a Bluetooth , so no data cables are needed.
21st Century Skills
All the teachers surveyed for the report said they thought the micro:bit was a useful teaching tool, while 93% said they believed the micro:bit would inspire students in the classroom. 90% thought the micro:bit would inspire students about computing and coding outside the classroom.
As soon as they took the micro:bit in their hand, their imaginations went wild. They started asking questions like ‘what if we try this?’, ‘what if we connect the micro:bit with this?’, ‘what would happen if we did this?’. That is the key – learning to solve non-routine problems. Children are becoming creative.”
It’s Never Too Late or Too Early to Get Started
let’s start in a few easy steps and let’s learn how to get the micro:bit working, program its features and create your first projects.