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The pocket-sized computer transforming the world

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Guides and videos to take you from first use to confident coder, creating your own micro:bit magic.

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  • Easily manage and review students’ code across lessons

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  • Activity trackers and pickers! Ideas for families this week

    New projects to enjoy together

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  • Easily manage and review students’ code across lessons

    micro:bit classroom is free and no registration or logins are required

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  • Are you a teacher based in the UK? Help us make the micro:bit website work even better for you.

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  • Activity trackers and pickers! Ideas for families this week

    New projects to enjoy together

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  • Easily manage and review students’ code across lessons

    micro:bit classroom is free and no registration or logins are required

    Visit micro:bit classroom
  • Are you a teacher based in the UK? Help us make the micro:bit website work even better for you.

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  • Activity trackers and pickers! Ideas for families this week

    New projects to enjoy together

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  • Easily manage and review students’ code across lessons

    micro:bit classroom is free and no registration or logins are required

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  • Are you a teacher based in the UK? Help us make the micro:bit website work even better for you.

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  • Activity trackers and pickers! Ideas for families this week

    New projects to enjoy together

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  • Easily manage and review students’ code across lessons

    micro:bit classroom is free and no registration or logins are required

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  • Are you a teacher based in the UK? Help us make the micro:bit website work even better for you.

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  • Activity trackers and pickers! Ideas for families this week

    New projects to enjoy together

    Visit our news page
  • Easily manage and review students’ code across lessons

    micro:bit classroom is free and no registration or logins are required

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  • Are you a teacher based in the UK? Help us make the micro:bit website work even better for you.

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Learn to code

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.

Let's code
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micro:bit classroom for teachers

Making coding lessons more productive

Manage whole class coding lessons in minutes. Distribute code to your class, save and resume students’ work, all without the need to register an account.

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Lesson resources for teachers

Planning and teaching with the micro:bit

Primary ages 7-11

Complete, editable computing units of work and resources with cross-curricular links for art, science, geography and more, curriculum-linked to England KS2 and Code.org elementary CS Fundamentals.

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Secondary ages 11-14

Units of work with downloadable, editable resources covering computing fundamentals through to cyber security, cryptography and creative design projects, curriculum-linked to England KS3.

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Features in depth

Discover the power of the micro:bit

How does the BBC micro:bit work? It's packed with inputs, outputs, sensors and radio communication features.

Explore features in depth
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Creative projects

Get coding and change the world!

Transform your micro:bit with quick Make It: Code It projects.
Transform your world with problem-solving Design Challenge activities.

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