Children can still learn so many things while on a break this summer holiday and if your family lives in Tarragindi or the nearby suburbs, then your kids can join a fun and exciting robotics program conducted by Junior Engineers.
Junior Engineers, established in 2013, provides young Australians with the avenue to create, learn to code, and master skills that are significantly useful in an era ruled by technology. The Robotics Program is designed as educational, enjoyable and entertaining with experienced industry experts guiding the students.
For this summer holiday, the following Robotics Program classes have opened up and will be taking place at the Wellers Hill State School on Toohey Road, Tarragindi.
|16 to 17 Dec 2019|
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
|Learn to Code Through Gamification for Grades 2 to 3||Students learn the foundations of coding through a combination of block-based and text-based programming languages. Coding environments include Scratch and CodeMonkey which cover languages such as CoffeeScript and Python. Own laptop required. |
Sign up for $235 per student
|18 to 19 Dec 2019|
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m
|Build Your Own Arduino Smartwatch and Code It With Awesome Smart Watch Functionality for Grades 4 to 9|
Kids get to build their own smartwatch and code it with awesome smartwatch functions. Students learn to code their devices with a REAL, text-based programming language C++ as well as learn key principles in robotics and mechatronics. Own laptop required.
Sign up for $255 per student.
The classes are ideally tailored with a ratio of one teacher to nine students. The approach to learning includes hands-on training, face-to-face encounters and the online setting.
Since it opened in 2013, Junior Engineers has enriched over a thousand students in 60 schools across Australia. Its main headquarters is at Finsbury Street in Newmarket.