LEGO® Education Innovation Studio
LET'S BUILD... new ways of learning.
Build their future at the brand new LEGO® Education Innovation Studio at Newcastle-under-Lyme College (NULC).
The journey to discovery often starts with curiosity. The new LEGO® Education Innovation Studio at NULC is packed full of science, literacy, computing, design technology, engineering and maths related resources, including robotics aimed at developing the creative thinking and practical problem solving skills of tomorrow’s scientists, engineers, innovators and leaders.
Suitable for ages 4 – 92, we work with schools and corporate partners to facilitate curriculum relevant lessons for KS1 through to KS4+ pupils and creatively delivered team building sessions.
How do I book?
The sessions are available every Tuesday morning for half day sessions during term time. Teachers can CLICK HERE to book your group in or contact Megan Clayton on E: firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 01782 254625 for further information.
How much will it cost?
The first group session is free and is then £4.00 per head thereafter.
What is included?
A full interactive session in the LEGO® Innovation Studio, delivered by LEGO® Education accredited staff from NULC. The session will last for up to 3 hours and the lesson delivery will be tailored towards your pupils’ age and specific school requirements. A snack and light refreshments will be provided. Please discuss learning objectives and outcomes at the time of booking.
"I just wanted to say a massive thank you for yesterday’s trip. It was the best Computing trip I've ever taken pupils to. The facilities, equipment, teaching styles and level of challenge was outstanding. Every pupil who went has taken so much from the day." - Mr Gavin Coulson, Head of Computing, Christ Church C.E (VC) First School.
“A way to both motivate those who do not generally enjoy maths but also an excellent way to extend and challenge the more able.” - Mrs Nicky Smith, Maths Teacher, Clayton Hall Academy
“We initially did the ‘Robotics’ taster and that was so good I didn’t think this session could be better, but it was! Great fun, all children on task and a super lecturer too – FANTASTIC!” - Mrs Deborah Stanfield, Weston Coyney Junior School