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What is Lego Club?

Lego Clubs teach Reception, KS1-KS4 students STEM skills with Lego, which enable primary school pupils to discover how the real world works.

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Get the skills children need

  • Discover STEM principles by exploring, investigating, and solving tasks related to mechanical principles as well as learn about energy, balance, buoyancy, and much more.
  • Pupils can observe and investigate simple engineer, design and robotic builds, machines and mechanisms.

Benefits

Activities using LEGOs can be graded from simple step by step instructions to free building that allows for creativity.

The
Engineer

Uses plans to describe the construction needed and bricks.

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The
Supplier

Finds the correct bricks as described by the Engineer and gives to Builder

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The
Builder

Is responsible for taking the individual pieces from the supplier, and putting the pieces together, according to the instructions given by the architect, to create the model.

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A smart and fun way to teach STEM

LEGO Education helps you equip elementary students with the necessary STEM knowledge and skills to be innovative and imaginative thinkers.

How it works

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Lego Clubs

We run lunchtime and afterschool clubs

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Club Members

Small groups of 12, and effect learning

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Clubs

Whether it be breakfast, lunchtime or afterschool. We’ll build.

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Science

Pupils get to grips with science by actually seeing how solutions to problems work.

  • They can use LEGO® bricks to have fun doing scientific experiments.

  • Students build models that investigate forces, motion, basic mechanisms and structures.

Technology

Together we make coding a reality with LEGO® Education

  • The hands-on learning approach is about providing pupils with opportunities to experiment with their surroundings as a form of problem solving through coding.

  • The unique combination of building with the familiar LEGO bricks, using easy-to-use coding software and engaging curriculum relevant STEM challenges

Engineer & Robotics

Club members develop and engineer their own problem-solving technology with fun, exciting engineering projects.

  • We get students designing, building and testing robots that can carry out complex tasks, record live data, respond to environmental changes – and much more.

  • Design and build your own programmable robots using high-quality components like motors, sensors, gears, wheels and axles.

How it works?

Running a Lego Club is easy. No contract, no obligation.

Running the nations most timeless club

Lego club is the most popular club choice in the UK by children, parents and schools

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