Robotic Engineering club from year 1 to year 6 Spring Term

Robotic Engineering club from year 1 to year 6 Spring Term

£110.00 inc. Vat

Course Description:

Robotic Engineering club from year 1 to year 6, at The Priory CofE primary school.

Every Thursday (3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.)
Starting 12 January 2023.
Number of Sessions: 10 Sessions

Children year (1-2-3) will build a LEGO model, and program it.

Children year(4-5-6) will Learn a coding with Minecraft Education.

In this Club, students will explore the coding concepts of events and event handlers, coordinates,
variables, conditionals, functions, iterations, arrays, and artificial intelligence. Students will get
familiar with the concept through a kinesthetic unplugged activity. Then they get hands-on
experience with guided coding activities to practice using MakeCode, complete various tasks and
challenges to practice their coding skills, and opportunities to evaluate and improve existing code.
In the final activity for each of the mini-units, students will use design thinking and programming
techniques to creatively solve problems.

 

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Course Description:

Robotic Engineering club from year 1 to year 6, at The Priory CofE primary school.

Every Thursday (3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.)
Starting 12 January 2023.
Number of Sessions: 10 Sessions
Children year (1-2-3) will build a LEGO model, and program it, to do a mission and learn about

  • Gears
  • Motors
  • Sensors

Children year(4-5-6) will Learn a coding with Minecraft Education.

In this Club, students will explore the coding concepts of events and event handlers, coordinates,
variables, conditionals, functions, iterations, arrays, and artificial intelligence. Students will get
familiar with the concept through a kinesthetic unplugged activity. Then they get hands-on
experience with guided coding activities to practice using MakeCode, complete various tasks and
challenges to practice their coding skills, and opportunities to evaluate and improve existing code.
In the final activity for each of the mini-units, students will use design thinking and programming
techniques to creatively solve problems.