Our workshops are designed to supplement and enrich your child’s learning at school and encourages them to apply the concepts learnt at school into real life applications like designing their own ‘smart home’ which extends what they have learnt about electricity, sensors and other concepts in Science.

Our new curriculum framework features Junior, Intermediate and Advanced levels and our Junior levels cater to Years Prep to Grade 2 and are designed to give them a foundation learning into robotics, animation and electronics.

Our Intermediate and Advanced levels cater to Years 3 to 8 and allows a progression of knowledge and skills acquisition through the levels as they advance through the different levels of workshops. They will learn extensive and practical knowledge about gears, pulleys and other concepts introduced at school.


LEGO® Education WeDo is a fantastic, simple-to-use cross-curricular tool that enables students to learn, construct and then bring their models to life using intuitive drag-and-drop software. An ideal product for teaching in different subjects at primary levels, it can be applied to language and literacy, math and various engineering, design and technology-based subjects. At the same time students will develop and improve different communication, collaboration and team-building skills.

Level 1A         Simple Machines (Junior)

Level 1B         Simple Programming (Junior)

Level 2A         The Science of Sport (Junior)

Level 2B         The Science of Toys (Junior)

Level 2C         Simple Engineering (Junior)

Level 2D        Playground Engineering (Junior)

Level 3A         Gears (Intermediate)

Level 3B         Pulleys and Belts (Intermediate)

Level 3C         Levers (Intermediate)

Level 3D        Engineering Challenge (Intermediate)

Level 3E         Intermediate Programming (Intermediate)

Level 4A         Design, Build and Program Challenge (Advanced)



Cubelets are magnetic robot blocks that snap together to make an endless variety of robot toys. Without wiring or programming, children can build thousands and thousands of tiny robots!

Level 1          Junior

Level 2          Intermediate



littleBits is the easiest and most extensive way to learn and prototype with electronics. littleBits make hardware limitless with their award-winning, ever-growing library of electronic modules, ranging from the very simple (power, sensors, LED) to the very complex (wireless, programmable).

Level 1          Junior

Level 2          Intermediate


Brickmation (Stop Motion Animation with Lego®)

Brickmation is the practice of making stop motion animation using Lego.  Brickmation takes simple, prefabricated materials and puts them to new, largely amusing, ends.  In a computer generated imagery era, stop motion has a back to basics, no frills ethos behind them.

Level 1           Junior

Level 2          Intermediate

Level 3          Advanced


Coding, in the simplest of terms, is telling a computer what you want it to do, Code powers our digital world. Every website, smartphone app, computer programme, calculator and even microwave relies on code in order to operate. This makes coders the architects and builders of the digital age.

Scratch is a project of the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab and a graphical programming language that we use to teach students how to code and program your own interactive stories, games, and animations. Scratch helps young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively — essential skills for life in the 21st century.



Robotics with Edison

Edison is an easy to program, Lego-compatible robot that can navigate around obstacles, is sensitive to light, and can change its behaviour by driving over barcodes! Edison robots can interact with each other and, when connected to a laptop, can be programmed through an accessible visual interface to make music and to follow instructions. Edison will appeal to students curious about robotics and the nature of programming.


Robotics with Sphero SPRK edition

Sphero SPRK is a robotic ball that can be controlled by the SPRK app which lets you give your robot the orders with visual blocks representing code. Students can immediately see the connection between the program they created and how Sphero work and react. Sphero is the inspiration for the new driod BB-8 featured in the new Star Wars movie: The Force Awakens.

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Robotics with Ozobot Bit

Ozobot Bit is a tiny tinker robot that brings coding to life! It provides students with an expressive way to learn and play with robotics. Create mazes, tracks and also learn code language with OzoBlocky (a block-based visual editor), robotic behaviour and deductive reasoning while effortlessly playing on multi-dimensional environments.


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Robotics with Finch

The Finch is a small robot designed to inspire and delight students learning computer science by providing them a tangible and physical representation of their code. The Finch is made by BirdBrain Technologies and can be used to teach computational thinking in the context of many programming languages.