The 2015 Raspberry Pi Foundation Annual Review is out now! Download your free copy here.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation was established in 2008 as a UK-based charity with the purpose “to further the advancement of education of adults and children, particularly in the field of computers, computer science, and related subjects”.
As a charity, we thoroughly review our activities every year, and publish the results so people can find out what we have achieved.
ANNUAL REVIEW 2015
2015 was a big year for the Raspberry Pi Foundation. We expanded our educational programmes, released two new computers, and started our own publishing department. We also:
- Were joined by new Foundation CEO Philip Colligan
- Developed a new strategy to clarify our mission
- Merged with Code Club to help get even more young children interested in computing
- Put two Raspberry Pi computers in space, running code written by schoolchildren
- Published ‘The MagPi’ magazine in print for the first time, and gave away a fully functional computer on the cover
- Explored how computing can be a creative discipline in educational programmes for parents and young people
- Trained hundreds of teachers across the UK to become creative and well informed in computing and digital making with their students
- Supported many amazing projects and events created by people from our community, bringing people together through digital making
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