“Everyone in this country should learn how to program, because it teaches you how to think.” – Steve Jobs

STEM Club provides robotics after-school programmes, holiday workshops and professional development for students, schoolteachers and community services.

STEM Club Robotics Programmes

LEGO Robotics Programme

LEGO Robotics Programme enables students aged 6 to 10 to have their first hands-on experience in robotics.

Mindstorms Robotics Programme

Mindstorms Robotics Programme is a project-based programme. It introduces students aged 9 and above computational and robotics skills using LEGO® Mindstorms® EV3.

Tech-challenge Robotics Programme

Tech-challenge Robotics programme is a project-based and team-based programme, designed for students aged 12 and above. Programme includes robot construction, Java-based programming and fund-raising.

STEM Club works closely with academic researchers, professors and schoolteachers to conduct the teaching material. STEM Club is an approved provider for the Creative Kids Rebate Program, and all teaching staff at the centre has the Working with Children Check (WWCC).

Testimonial

Year 4

Christine

“Everything is fun, I liked the activities especially, like the ones that challenged me.”

Year 4

Lucy

“I like to program the robot, I found it very interesting.”

Year 4

Ash

“I like competitions, and I found Kahoot and making our robots do stuff interesting.”

Year 4

Chloe

“The teachers are so funny, I like how they turned themselves into robots and showed us how to make robots work”

Year 5

Ian

“Playing around with the robots is fun, I like that fact that we have a lot of time to try our robots.”

Year 5

Liam

“I found coding the robot really interesting, because we used a lot of techniques to make it work, and the teachers are so friendly.”

Year 5

Liam

“I found coding the robot really interesting, because we used a lot of techniques to make it work, and the teachers are so friendly.”

Year 5

Cindy

“Driving my robot around to complete tasks is really cool. I like the feeling that I’m in total control.”

Year 6

Harry

“I liked the amount of competitions between everyone, that got us to work a bit harder and more precisely, and I also liked the different challenges”

Year 6

Annabelle

“It was amazing when we guided our robot through the course. It was also really fun when we saw the other groups’ robots.”

Year 6

Lucas

“How some parts seem so straight forward but when we do them, there’s a lot of work and recording. I found it hard but very fun.”