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After School and Holiday Robotics

Facilitated by experienced robotics students and led by parent volunteers, Holiday and After School Robotics are a great introduction for Montessori Children aged 6-9 to our robotics programs.


After School Robotics

 After School Robotics

Elonera Montessori Robotics run an after school robotics program from 4pm-5pm each week. This is similar to the current Roboclub that runs on Tuesday, but for younger or less experienced kids. Please note that students can attend OOSH from 3.15pm-4pm and be collected for robotics. This will allow them to release some energy outside as well as have a small snack before the session.

This program is open to all Stage 2 and Year 4 students and the cost is $150 for the term. Lessons will utilise the Lego Education WeDo 2.0 kits and prepare students for the more advanced Lego Mindstorms systems.

More experienced students may wish to enrol for Roboclub, also held on Tuesday afternoons after school, using the EV3 Lego robotics equipment.

Unfortunately we have had to cut our Term 1 after school class short due to the COVID-19 crisis. All families will receive either a credit towards the next terms fee (2 weeks) or a refund.

Holiday Robotics

Sadly we will not be running any  face-to-face Holiday Robotics workshops  in April due to COVID-19. 
We will however be hiring out our Wedo kits for the holidays.

Yep – you can do WeDo from home these school holidays!!. 


Hire  a WeDo 2.0 set from us and build and explore all you want.

 Delivery service, full software installation instructions provided as well as a USB stick containing the additional video lessons students use in class.

Cost is $150 (+ $150 refundable deposit) which gives you access to the set until the end of the “official” school holiday period.

Sets are limited so get in quick to secure your kit.

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

** Please note that all proceeds from the after school  and holiday programs go towards the ongoing running costs of Elonera Montessori Robotics