ROBOTICS

Robotics is a fun and exciting way for our beneficiaries (aged 9 – 17) to learn many skills to support their school work as well as help them when they leave school.

Our weekly classes are run in collaboration with partners and volunteers.

This exciting program provides:

  • a positive interaction and familiarity with high-tech software and hardware (normally only realised at tertiary education level)
  • key skills sought by employers
  • a fun way to learn practical maths, IT and science and
  • confidence-boosting.

 

In 2019, our brilliant young people were thrilled to win a Bronze medal in the World Robotics Olympiad and, for 2 years in a row, we also entered the SumoBot Challenge and achieved top results.

In time, we believe that this will increase our young people’s personal confidence and employability in the 4th Industrial Revolution.

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Our junior robotics team has been selected to participate in the Amazon Innovation competition!

Only 1 organisation representing 10 schools in Africa has been approved for this competition.

Here the team is being orientated and started learning about design thinking.

The theme for this year is to find a solution to littering in our communities.

We will keep you posted on our progress…

WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE PART OF THE CHANGE?

Robotics is a fun and exciting way for our beneficiaries (aged 9 – 17) to learn many skills to support their school work as well as help them when they leave school.

Our weekly classes are run in collaboration with partners and volunteers.

This exciting program provides:

 

In 2019, our brilliant young people were thrilled to win a Bronze medal in the World Robotics Olympiad and, for 2 years in a row, we also entered the SumoBot Challenge and achieved top results.

In time, we believe that this will increase our young people’s personal confidence and employability in the 4th Industrial Revolution.

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