Of course, the  Micro:bit site has a wealth of educational resources to get started. On our ideas page,  you'll find lessons are tagged with the Javascript Blocks Editor or Python Logos for convenience.


Our support site is looked after by Foundation staff, providing dedicated email support to teachers, students and developers. Reach out to us by opening a ticket.

Microsoft Makecode

The makecode site also contains a wide range of resources including a 14 week introduction to Computer Science. Microsoft also have a UK Digital Skills Programme, a UK STEM eduction site and US Digital Skills Resource site

Awesome micro:bit

Awesome micro:bit is a carefully curated list of micro:bit related resources including an ever expanding section on teaching resources. It's hosted on Github, an online code repository.


The Computing At School Forums are a walled-garden community aimed at teachers and other educators. There is a simple sign-up process here, which is free, to become a member. You have to provide some form of independently verifiable means that you are a teacher or an educator, in order to become a member. Searching for 'microbit' or 'micro:bit' within the forum posts brings up results. 

Where conversations are relevant to the micro:bit community and with the permission to re-use granted by the author, we have published them in their own Knowledgebase category