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Raspberry Pi: Teaching computer program and coding skills

3 October 2013 Last updated at 13:55 BST

All five to 14-year-olds in English state schools will be taught how to code in one change to the national curriculum designed to prepare children for the workplace.

Raspberry Pi's director of educational development Clive Beale and Emma Mulqueeny, who set up an organisation which finds and brings together young coders, explained what skills the youngsters would pick up, and where that knowledge could lead.

They spoke to Jo Coburn, Phil Collins and Sean Worth on the Daily Politics.

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