PA Raspberry Pi Competition

PA Raspberry Pi Competition

Our annual Raspberry Pi Competition is a celebration of STEM education, giving schoolchildren the tools and opportunity to invent products that can benefit society. 

Using engineering and coding skills and a Raspberry Pi microcomputer, students put their ingenuity to the test to come up with inspiring solutions to global challenges.

PA Raspberry Pi 2024 Awards Day

Innovating to improve health and well-being

There’s nothing more personal than health, but healthcare doesn’t always reflect that. Diagnosis, monitoring and treatment usually happen where clinicians work, not where people, of all ages, work, live or study. The rise of technologies such as sensors, robotics and digital therapeutics is changing that, opening up a world of care focused on the individual, that improves outcomes throughout life.

For this year’s Raspberry Pi competition, we are challenging 8-18 year-olds to invent products that will help individuals to improve their health and well-being, and be able to do this wherever is best for them: at home, office, school or on the move.

It’s no easy task, but human ingenuity has a way of solving even the most complex problems. We’re excited to see what the students come up with.

Meet 2024’s finalists

This year’s finalist projects from students, responding to the theme of improving health and well-being.

Years 4-6

King Edward’s School Bath

The Raspberry Teddies

St Mary’s Church of England Primary School

Don’t Worry, Be HapPi

Fulbourn Primary School


Innovation Award winner



Inspiration Award Winner

Years 7-9

King Edward’s School, Bath


Kelvin Hall School

Ultimate Pi-Tential

Inspiration Award Winner

SB Coding Club


Innovation Award winner

Longridge Towers School

Coding Squirrels

Years 10-11

KEGS Young Engineers Club

Tech Titans

LGGS Coding Club

We Were Groot

Innovation Award winner

Tynecastle High School


Inspiration Award Winner

King Edward’s School, Bath


Years 12-13

Richard Hale School


UTC Oxfordshire


Inspiration Award Winner

Calday Grange Grammar School

Calday Robotics

Innovation Award winner

The Liverpool Blue Coat School

Blueberry Fields

Our partners


ARU aims to transform lives through innovative, inclusive and entrepreneurial education and research. ARU offers a variety of employer led, accredited computing and information science courses.

Rentokil Initial

Rentokil Initial provides services that protect people and enhance lives. The Rentokil Initial team are providing direct support and guidance to teams participating in this year’s PA Raspberry Pi competition.

Meet 2024’s judges

We’re delighted to present the judges for the PA Raspberry Pi Competition 2024. They will help to judge the ingenious entries from the school teams and decide on the category winners on awards day.
Simon Aldous

Director, Partners and Channels, Google

Chris Astall

Chief Product and Technology Officer, RAC

Alex Bates

Managing Director, Group Data, Insights & Activation, PageGroup

Zazie Carter

CIO for Group Functions, Bupa

Anit Chandarana

Group Director, System Operator, Network Rail

Group Captain Andy Colley

Head of Strategy and Plans, Joint Crypt-Key Programme

Dr Simon Dakin

Director Integrated Battlespace, Defence Equipment & Support

Natalie Forrest

Senior Responsible Owner, New Hospital Programme, Department of Health and Social Care

Dr Tim Hearn

School of Life Sciences, Anglia Ruskin University

Bruno Heese

Head of Alliances and Channels EMEA, Google

Mike Hewitt

Chief Technology Officer, Smart DCC

Darius Hughes

General Manager, UK and Ireland, Moderna

Samantha Hughes

Head of Oncology Computational Chemistry, AstraZeneca

John Holben

Deputy Director for Product, Digital Identity Programme, Government Digital Service

Dr Robin Ibbotson

Chief Technology Officer, Sellafield Ltd

Kinnari Ladha

Chief Data Officer, Merlin Entertainments

John Laverick

CDIO, HM Courts & Tribunals Service

David Lawson

Director of Medical Technology, Department of Health and Social Care

Ann Pedder

Crown Representative, Cabinet Office

Sharon Prior

Chief Information Officer, Heathrow

Mark Purcell

Group CIO, Rentokil Initial

Kate Robertson

Director of Enterprise Enablement, BAE Systems

Karen Rossi

CIO for Corporate & Institutional Banking, Payments and Finance, Lloyds Banking Group

Ben Summers

Ben Summers, Head of UK Personal Investor, Vanguard

Ming Tang

Chief Data and Analytics Officer, NHS England

Dave Wascha

Advisor, Kindred Capital

Dr Joanna White

Director of Innovation, National Highways

Ollie Whitehouse

CTO, National Cyber Security Centre

Jo Wickremasinghe

Chief Product & Technology Officer, BPP

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