Following on from the success of their half-term workshops, Curiosity Hub returns to Heene Community Centre on August 4th with two more creative, fun and educational Lego Robotics workshops.
First, from 9.00 am to 12.00 noon for ages 6 to 9: Adventure Stories with Lego WeDo Robotics. In this workshop, you will be off on a robotic adventure! Students will work in pairs to assemble robots using Lego Education WeDo robotics kits and use the visual drag-and-drop software to instruct the robots to move, respond to sensors and play sounds. You’ll also learn about the mechanics of motors, axles and gears in this exciting workshop.
Secondly, from 1.00 pm to 4.00 pm for ages 10 to 16: Rescue Robots with Lego Mindstorms Workshop. You’ll be exploring how robots are used and the advantages they can offer in search and rescue operations. Students work in pairs to design and build a robot and learn how to use the drag-and-drop Lego Mindstorms interface to program it to complete themed challenges. Students will also explore the interaction between programming, sensors and robot mechanics in this creative workshop.
No previous experience is required.
Earlybird & Sibling/multi-booking discounts are available. See the Curiosity Hub website: http://thecuriosityhub.com
Curiosity Hub, launched in 2014, offers innovative Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths (STEAM) enrichment across the Brighton & Hove and Sussex region.
Jacqueline Currie from Curiosity Hub draws on her diverse experiences from both the engineering industry and education to lead creative workshops and classes at local community centres, schools and home education groups. Kids and teens can get ‘hands-on’ with exciting, cutting-edge technology and software.
Learning is enhanced by small classes, led by experienced, DBS-checked instructors along with award-winning equipment and computer software, including Lego Education Mindstorms EV3 and Lego Education WeDo Robotics kits.