MIke Carter, Director of TynCan Learning (a preferred educationGateshead eLearning partner) is encouraging Gateshead schools to apply for “a slice of the Pi” with awards of £1,000 or £2,000 from the Community Foundation’s Platten Family Fund.
The grants can be used to purchase Raspberry Pi equipment, with which they can enhance the computing curriculum and establish out-of-school coding clubs.
Tony and Anne Platten established the Platten Family Fund at the Community Foundation in 2014. The fund has already awarded more than £200,000 to projects which support their philanthropic vision of inspiring a new generation of North East engineers and helping the region go from ‘coal to code’.
To apply for a Raspberry Pi grant from the Platten Family Fund:
To discover how TynCan Ltd can help you deliver Physical Computing using Raspberry Pi’s in your classrooms, download:
Please feel free to call Mike Carter on 0191 4787976 if you have any questions about Raspberry Pi, BuildIT and Physical Computing.