Students get Office 365 for free
It's not a trial! Students and teachers are eligible for Office 365 Education, which includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and now Microsoft Teams, plus additional classroom tools. All you need to get started is a valid school email address.
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SAVE UP TO £50.00
Surface GoFrom Full price was £379.00 Now £349.00
The Surface Go is perfect for all your daily tasks, giving you laptop performance, tablet portability and a stunning touchscreen with the power of Windows 10 Home in S mode.¹ Surface Go Signature Type Cover and Surface Pen sold separately.*
SAVE UP TO £788.00
Surface Book 2From Full price was £1,149.00 Now £919.00
• Available in 13.5″ or 15″ PixelSense Display
• High-speed Intel processors (dual-core and quad-core available)
• Up to 1060 NVIDIA GeForce GTX graphics
• Up to 17 hours of battery life
• Powerful enough to run professional-grade software and play PC games
• New USB-C port
• Starting at 3.38 lbs (1,534 g) including keyboard
• Runs Windows 10 Pro
SAVE UP TO £809.00
Surface Book 2 Essentials BundleFrom Full price was £1,208.99 Now £958.99
Bundle and save big with the Surface Book 2 Essentials Bundle from the Microsoft Store.
This bundle includes: Surface Book 2 of your choice and 1-year Office 365 Home or Personal.
Optional discounted accessories available as add-ons.
Events for students
Join us at the Microsoft Store in London for free events, including youth coding events, productivity workshops, and gaming tournaments.
Harry Potter Kano Coding Kit workshop
Introduces students aged eight and above to the foundational concepts of computer science and coding. Create Harry Potter spell motions, magical creatures, and artefacts, all with the coding wand and a Surface device.
Minecraft Build challenge
This workshop is a great way for players to immerse themselves in Minecraft, meet and have fun with other builders in the area, and stretch their skills with timed team challenges.
Get Creative with Ohbot the talking robot
Free 2-hour workshop using the Ohbot robot to teach students aged eight and above coding and robotics via rap battles and chose-your-own-adventure-style programming.