Ages: 12-15

Lesson duration: 90 minutes

Number of Lessons: 36


The Young Engineers’ Robotics program is a forward-thinking initiative that mirrors the robust engineering curriculum of universities, priming students for the challenges of the industry. It demystifies software terminology by employing intuitive visuals and simple links, providing an accessible gateway into the realm of professional robotics engineering.

Central to its ethos is the cultivation of 21st-century skills: from adaptive learning, teamwork, and media literacy to fostering high-order, innovative thinking. The essence of the program lies in its ‘Edutainment’ philosophy, masterfully blending education with entertainment.

Our students collaborate to create sophisticated robots and this hands-on approach not only immerses students in the captivating world of robotics, but also inspires them to delve deeper into STEM fields, encompassing science, technology, mechanical and software engineering, and mathematics.

Robotic and Software Engineering Curriculum

Adopting a holistic methodology, the Robotics Program’s design incorporates the spiral learning approach, ensuring each session builds upon the last, fostering a continuous and deepening learning experience. Students learn commands, conditions, loops, planning methods, dynamic programming, applied mathematics, and operators. Students solve the challenging engineering principles through the use of LEGO® EV3 programming software. This program allows them to create and enter codes that move their robot.

Robotics Program Objectives:

  • Improve procedural, logical and algorithmic thinking and problem solving skills.
  • Enhance programming abilities.
  • Cultivate students’ ability to solve complex engineering challenges using mechanical and programming solutions together.
  • Introduce children to realm of professional robotics engineering.
  • Develop mathematical processing.
  • Improve time management and team building skills.
  • Expand critical and creative thinking capabilities.
  • Acquire information system and media literacy.

Robotics Program Robots:

  • Amusement park
  • Heavy construction equipment
  • Vehicles
  • Robots to perform complex missions
  • Gadgets and games