The 2021/22 competition – which is run by PA Consulting – is aimed at pupils aged eight to 18 and challenges them to design technology that will help make the world a more sustainable place.
The competition promotes STEM education by challenging students to invent products and processes that could benefit society, by using their technology and coding skills.
Teams compete across four categories based on their academic years: years 4 to 6, years 7 to 9, years 10 to 11 and years 12 to 13. Three finalists from each category are invited to present their inventions in front of a panel of expert judges at the PA Raspberry Pi Awards Day in April, where the winner from each category will be awarded £1,000 for their school or college.
Register now, read forever
Thank you for visiting Headteacher Update and reading some of our content for professionals in primary education. Register now for free to get unlimited access to all content.
Unlimited access to news, best practice articles and podcasts
New content and e-bulletins delivered straight to your inbox every Monday
Already have an account? Sign in here