Are you looking for STEM based Robotics workshops for the Science Week or other occasion?
Great teaching is about creativity and imagination. Our lessons are not bounded to instructions, we never use them as we believe that it is the best way to learn. Creating things and testing them makes the best teacher’s companion.
A few examples from our curriculum:
– Zombie Crawler
– Race Car
– Mini Fighting Bot
– Fighting Robot
and much much more…
Workshops last for 90 minutes, students have time to build and test robots. Our instructor gives hints and helps to make sure that robots will be constructed correctly.
Our Workshops on Robotics are a perfect way for coding in class. Not only this gripping activity would make ICT classes fun for your students but also broaden their knowledge and understanding about some key concepts from fields such as science, engineering, technology and mathematics. Coding in class has never been more fun!
Some quick facts about our Workshops on Robotics with coding in class:
– sessions last for 120-150 minutes (usually AM or PM, depending on your school timetable),
– we work in about 30 students groups,
– discounts available for multiple day bookings,
– our coding in class Robotics Workshops have links to the National Curriculum,
– each student receives a “Certificate of Achievement”.
“A well-organised, exciting way to apply coding learnt in the classroom. Both girls and boys were fully engaged in the whole experience from planning to building to coding to enjoying. This activity represents excellent value for money, is inspiring and impacted positively on the children’s understanding of coding."
~ Gail, Teacher, Bedfordshire, October 2019
“A fantastic day had by all. The children thoroughly enjoyed themselves and learnt a lot. It fitted in really well with our topic about coding and was a lovely way to end the unit of work. Links to the National Curriculum were made. The workshop was well pitched for the children’s ages meaning all children were fully engaged with the sessions."
~ Victoria, Teacher, London, January 2020.
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