JuniorSTEM Lego Robotics KS1 & KS2 - Build & Program amazing Lego models.

JuniorSTEM

 

Quality robotics and programming workshops using the brilliant Lego WeDo 2.0 resources.

JuniorSTEM provides quality STEM workshops and lessons in programming, engineering and robotics to primary aged children using Lego Education resources.

In a JuniorSTEM workshop, children build and design fantastic Lego models then bring them to life using software linked to motors and sensors.

We have lots of models to link to topics and themes, and may even be able to design a machine to meet your requirements. Workshops last from 1 hour to a whole day.

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Expected outcomes

 

Kids love the sessions! Teachers and parents give great reviews too as the workshops are practical, highly engaging and allow for the children to be creative. In addition, personal skills such as team work, problem solving and determination are developed. These skills, and the knowledge the children learn, are then linked to possible opportunities in further education and a career in STEM.

 


"This has been by far the most professional workshop I have had the pleasure of booking!"

"If I was to recommend Mr Hawken, I would give him a million out of million."

"What a fun exciting day we've had! My year 6 class stayed focussed and engaged all day. Nick has a fabulous manner with the class and has covered so many ICT skills today in such an exciting and practical way. We shall definitely book again! "

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To book this activity, please contact:
Nick Hawken
07581399770
nick@juniorstem.co.uk
http://www.juniorstem.co.uk

JuniorSTEM
6 Kibbles Brow
Bolton
BL7 9PD
United Kingdom

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