Our students will learn the basics of building and programming miniature robots using LEGO MINDSTORM EV3 (a very high level language) under the instructions of a capable robotics trainer. Students who have the potential to excel will be selected to take part in national competitions and will undergo further intensive training so that they can achieve excellence during the national competitions.
Edgefield Robotics Club strives to empower our students to have the passion to excel in building and programming miniature robots to take part in National competitions. With these activities in place, our students will be able to develop team spirit, leadership skills and event organizing skills.
Character Attribute of CCA
Robotics in education provides an inter-disciplinary and problem-based learning experience drawing mostly on Mathematics, Science and Technology. It helps expose the child to cutting-edge 21st century technologies, foster problem-solving skills, imagination and creativity from which a child can relate classroom learning to real life experiences.
Strategy or Benefits of the CCA
Robotics education provides students the opportunities to learn core science concepts with a fun and active approach. With multiple assembling and experimenting with robotics, it is ideal for kinesthetic learners of any age group. Building with robotics kits helps student tovisualize their creations and being able to connect technological concepts to real world application.
Achievements / Competitions
First LEGO League 2015 – Robot Award (Mechanical design) Second runner up.
National Junior Robotics Competition 2015
Mr Addie Siew
Mr Shaw Wee
Mdm Tan Hwee Hwee
Yeo Wei Zhe – Captain
Elsha Loh Kendra – Vice-Captain
Lim En Qi Angie – Quarter-Master
Wednesday 3.30pm – 5.30pm – All Members