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LEGO® Based Therapy

LEGO Based Therapy

What is LEGO® based therapy and who is it for? LEGO® based therapy is suitable for use in a wide variety of educational, community and home education settings, we provide LEGO® based therapy training, workshops and support with our experienced staff. LEGO® based therapy was designed to support children with ASD but can be used in a wide range of …

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LEGO is more than just a Toy

LEGO in Schools

Ever wondered just what you can do with LEGO? We provide family learning sessions that provide robotics and programming experience, we can also offer LEGO Story Starter for younger children, this allows them to improve on STEM subjects at a young age and give them experience using a tablet and creating their own stop motion animation. Like to know how to …

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LEGO® MoreToMath

LEGO MoreToMath

Using LEGO bricks coupled with real life understanding, pupils will feel encouraged and motivated to think, write and speak freely about maths. LEGO MoreToMath includes curriculum activities defined by the latest National Curriculum standards. The activities assist in creating engaging maths lessons focused on problem-solving, critical thinking and logical reasoning for pupils of all levels and abilities. LEGO Education MoreToMath …

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Scratch Coding & LEGO® Robotics

Scratch Programming Christchurch School

Use Scratch to create interactive stories, games, art, simulations and animations and share with others around the world and program our LEGO Robots. Scratch is designed to be fun, educational, and easy to learn. Millions of people are creating Scratch projects in a wide variety of settings, including homes, schools, museums, libraries, and community centres. As a LEGO Education Innovation …

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LEGO® Story Starter

LEGO Story Starter

Students work together to create and build stories with LEGO bricks and figures, then use the unique Story Visualizer Software to visualise, write and communicate their work. LEGO Story Starter is the helping hand that kick-starts pupils creativity and boosts their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills at Key Stages 1 and 2. Pupils work together to create and build …

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LEGO® NXT & EV3 Robots

New EV3 Models

LEGO NXT & EV3’s enable students to build, program and test their solutions based on real life robotics technology. It will give students an introduction to programming, using structured programming sequences activities in real-world robotics. Our sessions will get students thinking about the patterns and structure of not just robotics, but also programming, problem solving, and team work to help …

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LEGO® WeDo Robotics

LEGO WeDo

Through the use of LEGO WeDo Education software and construction materials pupils will be guided through the process of building a robot which they can then program to behave in specific ways. They will control the motor, tilt and infrared sensor to control how/when their robot move. They will devise tests and use computer programs to calculate results.   Pupils will …

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LEGO® News

LEGO Family Learning

View all our LEGO news and testimonials, you will be able to find out what the UK’s first community focused LEGO Education Innovation Studio has been doing in and around the community in North Wales.

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LEGO® Education

LEGO Education

G2G Communities CIC is the UK’s first community focused LEGO Education Innovation Studio based in Rhyl, North Wales. We are working in partnership with LEGO Education, Agored Cymru, Learndirect and the British Computer Society to develop a range of accredited programmes and multimedia resources in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) subject areas. We deliver training sessions in fun and …

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Ysgol Gynradd Maesincla – Caernarfon

Just some of the activities delivered at Ysgol Gynradd Maesincla. The sessions were delivered in Welsh and we thank our partners, tutors and teacher for their support. The children built Safari parks and created animated films of their parks using the iPads. [flickr_set id=”72157654530870426″]

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