Our fun and interactive robotics workshops equip students of all ages with valuable 21st-century skills. Delivered by our robotics experts, these face-to-face workshops are ideal for primary schools, secondary schools and public libraries keen to embrace this new technology in their educational programs but without in-house specialists to teach the sessions. We engage and inspire students at any stage of their coding journey by integrating exciting insights into emerging robotics technology with hands-on coding exercises.
We can hold workshops in most areas of Australia. For those in rural and remote areas we are unable to reach for on-site training, online workshops are available.
For Public Libraries – Prep to Grade Four Students
Enhance your library’s community educational programs with our exciting robotics workshop for children aged six to 10. We take budding coders on a fun adventure with KUBO, a small, cute and fully programmable robot and multi-award-winning educational coding solution. KUBO provides everything young children need to understand the basics of coding and develop computational thinking and important 21st-century skills. We can deliver this 45-minute, hands-on and COVID-safe workshop at your library to groups of up to 16 children.
Schools – Prep to Year 10 Students
Our highly engaging, practical and fun robotics workshops cater to Prep to Year 10 students, with age-appropriate, curriculum mapped content focusing on the Digital Technologies curriculum. The sessions will inspire students to develop important computational thinking and 21st-century skills. Students will learn how robots are programmed and can be used within the Australian community and industry. Our session typically caters to a class of 24 students and can be delivered over one or two-hour time slots.
Ready to empower children with valuable 21st-century coding and robotics skills?
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