Robotics for Schools

Enable Students to Become the Technologists of Tomorrow

We want to nurture a passion and capability for engineering creativity in young people. We work closely with community centres, high tech companies, Universities, STEM Ambassadors and other partners across the region and internationally to deliver high quality, age-appropriate, scaffolded and robot activities on a weekly basis. 


We want to enable our students to become the technologists of tomorrow. It’s about learning about robots, designing tomorrows robot application, building sensors and hardware for robots, and more!

Rhubarb world offering to schools uses Magician and M1 robots with a complete curriculum system that is divided into three stages from beginner-level to advanced learner-level. The curriculum offers a variety of teaching demos that focus on experiential, project-based and exploratory-based learning. By participating in the Rhubarb World, students not only put their knowledge to test, but also get to perfect their comprehensive ability, engineering ability and innovation ability.


Visual Programming

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Lesson Plans

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Simulation software for classes and training

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Our goals:

  • A unique robot offering aimed at education organization and industry

  • Make robotics accessible to all children in primary and secondary schools

  • The robots are programmed using Google blockly, which is like scratch computer programming used in schools. 

  • Ensure lesson plans meet school curriculum objectives for teaching for programming, design, mathematics etc.

  • Create tomorrow's technologist

  • Allow schools to generate additional income by developing robot clubs

  • Ensure students understand industry needs – link industry and schools


  • Hardware 

    • Primary School

      • Robots - 1 magician or magician lite 

    • Secondary Schools

      • Robots - 1 magician or magician lite or M1 robots 

  • Lesson Plans and Simulation Software

    • Simulation software for 12 users

      • Yearly subscription for Rhubarb world lesson plans and simulation software is £250

  • Training

    • Online training on using robot simulation software for magician and M1, setting up robot and lesson plans.  Cost will be approx. £150 as a one-off cost.