We understand that Young Engineers classes have been impacted by the various school closures and restrictions as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
But we also understand that our Lego engineering programmes is a major source of inspiration for thousands of students throughout Australia. We never want to stop inspiring kids - that's what we live for!
But how do you participate in hands-on learning when you can't leave your house? Ponder no more. Young Engineers (Home Edition) is here!
Young Engineers (Home Edition) gives you:
All sessions: 60-90 minutes | Monday to Friday | Live Online Classes | Flexible Timing Options
All lessons especially written to promote curiosity, appreciate real-life applications & inspire creative problem solving.
(PS: I think vibration says it all)
(PS: this one needs plenty of play time)
(PS: parents may want to get out their ear muffs)
SIDE-LOADER WASHING MACHINE
(PS: you'll want to get the camera out for this one)
SPINNING TOP LAUNCHER
(PS: kids like to say"let it rip" with this one)
(PS: get out the scarecrows)
(PS: the fun fair has come to town)
Different lesson every day. The final timetable will be released soon. Pre-register to be the first to know.
After you Pre-Register, we will notify you once the programme is ready to accept registration. If you've been successful in gaining a place in our online Lego Engineering program, we will contact you to check your eligibility and to confirm your details. Places are extremely limited due to the limited $0 rental hardware we provide.
To be eligible, you must:
If you are successful, we will contact you to arrange the below:
Everything you need for all lessons is provided in our ready-to-go Lego pack. All equipment is sanitised before delivery.
All Lego & Accessories
"I just want to provide some feedback on the Young Engineers workshop my 2 daughters attended this week. They absolutely loved it, and were talking and explaining to me what they learnt that day when I got home. I have to give you full credit for your total ingenuity and commitment in making the class so interesting and vibrant for the children, at the same time, providing so much knowledge and concepts which incorporate Physics, Maths, Technology and Engineering to help them further understand the implementation of “complex” structures (that are used daily in human lives) through Lego." Matthew H (parent in Perth)
"Thanks very much for your email. We are really pleased with the Young Engineers program which Matthew has attended now for several terms. The program seems well organised, structured but also allowing for individual creativity. Hands-on activities like this a great way of teaching some difficult concepts, and even if Matthew doesn’t remember the exact terms like “the law of conservation of angular momentum” the idea has been sown and when he is doing Yr 10 physics, he may recall the experiences of Young Engineers Club!!" Susan (parent in Willetton)
"The children and the parents are raving about it and so happy. One parent told me that their child has asked if they can’t go away on holiday as he doesn’t want to miss any sessions :) Other parents have commented on the high level of engagement and focus. From a personal perspective, my child Louis has never gravitated towards building Lego or the underlying principles you are teaching them and it is lovely to watch him come home enthused, discussing what you did in class and then going straight to his bedroom to do more Lego building." Caitlin (parent in Hilton)