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.
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.
See the innovations from the last competition
Meet 2023’s winners
Years 4-6 winners
Raspberry Renewables from King Edward's Junior School
The Light Pi from Steeple Bumpstead Primary School
Years 7-9 winners
REMI from Francis Holland School, Regent's Park
Slayalicious from Churcher's College
Years 10-11 winners
SOLA from The Liverpool Blue Coat School
Wasted Water from Stonelaw high school
Years 12-13 winners
HydroHeat from Fulford School
Smart Pingu from Barking Abbey School
Meet 2023’s finalists
Meet 2023’s judges
We’re delighted to present the judges for the PA Raspberry Pi Competition 2023. They will help to judge the ingenious entries from the school teams and decide on the category winners on awards day.