LEGO® Robotics Classes

Junior Robotics Class

Build on your child’s LEGO® experience and take it to the next level with this fun, engaging class. We will challenge your young LEGO® enthusiasts with technic building and computer programming. We use LEGO®’s software, sensors and remote controls to customise the building with sound and motion. This is an excellent introduction into the world of computer programming and robotics that will ignite their imagination and introduce them to the possibilities of today’s technological world.

Junior Robotics Level 1 (Ages 5-7)

Junior Robotic Level 1 class is our introductory programme using LEGO® WeDo® 2.0. The programme is designed to introduce kids to robotics and basic coding principles. Combines WeDo “drag and drop” pictorial Coding / Programming software with our own Bricks 4 Kidz® models to spark and develop young students’ interest in Science, Computing, Engineering and Technology subjects.


Junior Robotics Level 2 (Ages 6-8)

Level 2 Sensors Introduction

Introducing sound, tilt and motion sensors, the programme is designed to teach students robotics and coding principles. Students will learn how to write more complex programmes using LEGO® WeDo® 2.0 software to control and operate the unique BRICKS 4 KIDZ® models that they build!


Level 2 Sensors In Action

A bridging class to prepare for Level 3 – Mechanical Programming.

Focusing on the use of motion sensor, students will explore mechanical engineering concepts such as speed, power, distance and dynamics, and learn robotics and coding principles.


Advanced Robotics Class (Ages 9+)

Bricks 4 Kidz® utilises LEGO® Mindstorms EV3 technologies with unique robot models, students are introduced to the EV3 graphic programming language. STEM concepts and teamwork are combined in this action packed programme where kids learn real-life skills while having real-kid fun!


 Robotics Programme Benefits for Children:

  • Promotes creative thinking
  • Teamwork & collaboration
  • Improved problem-solving skills
  • Computer programming