Our Education Offering
Rhubarb World - Education and Industrial Robot Clubs
We offer affordable robotic learning solutions for preparatory, secondary schools, colleges and universities using Magician, M1 and associated hardware and software.
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!
Our goals are:
To make robotics accessible to all children and small to medium business
Create tomorrow’s technologists
Provide affordable robotic learning hubs for schools and industry, particularly small to medium businesses
Enable industry to develop affordable robot applications for their needs
Ensure schools understand industry needs – link industry and schools
Rhubarb World® is designed around a hub’n’hub concept. Each hub will deliver according to their local requirements and interests whether it is a local community club teaching children the basics of robots or an industrial club updating industry on the application of small industrial robots.
Robot Learning Clubs
We are working with Bristol Digi Local (https://hbb.org.uk/digilocal/) to shortly launch our robot education and industrial clubs in the Bristol area in June/July 2019 and are planning to launch our first education in the USA at the later part of 2019. We are also working with the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (https://www.amrc.co.uk) to launch an industrial robot club in the North West in July 2019 based at the AMRC offices in Preston.