What is the Robotics Club?
Robotics Club is designed for experienced students to explore beyond the traditional structured curriculum. With yearly topics from the world famous Robotics Competitions (WRO and FIRST) and other open-ended projects, students will strengthen their engineering skills and programming skills.
Designed for students who has completed the Robotics World program
Open-end projects to utilize student's previous engineering and programming knowledge
Learn about how to work in a team, make plans and collaborating
Preparing for competitions
Learning and Teaching Equipment
We believe learning should be fun and interactive. Therefore we have been using LEGO Education Products as our primary tools since 2011. By using LEGO parts for learning, students will gain more confident because they are using the familiar parts, and also having infinite possibilities to create their models and solutions.
Equipment that we use in class:
45544 LEGO Education MINDSTORMS EV3 Core Set
45560 LEGO Education MINDSTORMS Expansion Set
45678 LEGO Education SPIKE Prime Set
45680 LEGO Education SPIKE Prime Expansion Set
LEGO Education MINDSTORMS Classroom App
LEGO Education SPIKE App
All Robotics Club students are required to bring in their own Robotics set, fully charged battery and their own computer/tablet to class.
Robotics Club has a specially made curriculum to tailor each student's need. Based on their experience and personality, students will be put into teams to practice for competition. And when we are outside of the competition time frame, we will work on individual projects to tackle real life problems.
Schedule (students are expected to stay in their assigned time-slot during team practice)
Group A - 12:30 - 13:55 (every Saturday)
Group B - 16:30 - 17:55 (every Saturday)
Group C - 17:30 - 18:55 (every Friday)
Group D - 17:30 - 18:55 (every Thursday)
Robotics Club is not open for Trial Class. All students must complete Robotics World in order to qualify for this level.