Organisations can apply to be a Community Partner by agreeing to deliver at least two of the commitments below.
1. Promoting do your :bit within your communities and networks
Partners are expected to inform networks about do your :bit, let them know how they can get involved and encourage them to take part. Organisations will need to provide details of how they will market do your :bit to their communities
to the Micro:bit Educational Foundation. The do your :bit team will give Community Partners access to social media assets.
2. Providing exciting kit or merchandise that we can give to our do your :bit winners so they can carry on creating and making.
We are looking for micro:bit accessories or branded merchandise to award as prizes for the challenge. Organisations will need to be able to send kit (minimum of 20 units) to London, UK by 6 January 2020. Kit or merchandise must be desirable and appropriate for young people aged between 8–14.
3. Running do your :bit workshops in your region to inspire entries
We require organisations who can run local event(s) and/or workshop(s) where young people can learn about micro:bit and be inspired to enter the challenge. do your :bit education resources can be used to provide workshop activities and will be available on the do your :bit website from 2 July 2019. We cannot provide micro:bits or any additional material that doesn’t appear on the website. Community Partners will be required to send photographs of their event, with appropriate consent, to the Micro:bit Educational Foundation for use in future campaigns.