** Please Note: Registering on the website is not the same and registering for the robotics club. Please download the registration form from client resources and send it to the email address if you want to register for the club. The website registration is only to get access to all the available web resources**
"to inspire kids, create learning opportunities, and enlighten inquisitive minds"
By introducing youngsters to the basics of mechanics and robotics from a very young age, the kids form a strong foundation from where they can make better and informed decisions when they have to make career choices in grade 9.
The younger the kids start in the club, the stronger their foundation becomes, as they have time to complete all the levels without having to push themselves to catch up with their peer group. It also helps them to solve problems easier, as creativity plays an important role in the problem solving process. It is a well known fact that younger kids are more creative than their older siblings. They also have more time to play with their creations and fix broken ones, which means – learning through play – a special method of memorizing
Robotics was designed to introduce the science behind the design and operation of robots.
Robots are often classified according to their generation, level of intelligence, level of control and level of programming language.
Designing, building, programming and testing a robot is a combination of physics, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, structural engineering, mathematics and computing.
In our classes the learners are working especially with the design process of the robots and the programming thereof, but the teams that do compete, go one step further and learn to draw their own building plans (LEGO CAD designing) as well as how to present their designs to a panel of judges.
Develop problem-solving skills
Develop the ability to evaluate technological products
Develop the ability to design and build independently
Cultivate self-confidence, because technological problems have no unique solution and there are an endless number of possible solutions.
Promote innovation and creativity, as well as management and communication skills