We started the morning thinking about how we use computers and how they work (inputs and outputs). We thought about definitions for what a robot is and how we use robotic things in our everyday lives. We then split into groups of 2’s and 3’s and made our 15-minute Lego EV3 robot.
Once our robots were built we were set a series of challenges. Each challenge was worth a different number of points. We were given time to write and test each program, and make any improvements and adjustments needed, before they were judged by Mr Kettle and we were awarded points. For some of the challenges we had to adapt our robot by building extra attachments and adding sensors. We had an awesome day and learnt so much about computer programming!