BBC micro:bit Club
Starting your programming, computing or STEM club? The BBC micro:bit Club kit contains everything you need to set up fun and interactive extra-curricular activities for a group of up to 20 students.
The BBC micro:bit itself is a simple to use programming resource that allows novice coders to begin their coding journey and move on to more skilled programs as time goes on. Users of the micro:bit get free access to MakeCode Editor, easy drag-and-drop software that’s perfect for beginners. micro:bit is also compatible with Python, a text editor used in real-world coding, perfect for confident coders.
Students have varied opportunities for coding with the micro:bit. Several elements can be programmed on the micro:bit including, but not limited to, a matrix of 25 red LEDs, a motion detector and a digital accelerometer. There is a wealth of free resources available online to help guide teachers and students through exciting lessons that prepare learners for a future in the 21st century workforce.
• Set up a STEM club in your school and prepare students with skills needed for the digital future ahead.
• Enjoy programming lessons even if you’re not a computing specialist with free resources and teaching ideas.
• Have everything you need to teach up to 20 students the skills needed to create digital solutions to problems, games and useful programs for everyday life.
What’s in the box?
10 x BBC micro:bit
10 x USB cable
10 x battery holders
20 x AAA battery
10 x Quick Start Guides