How much does it cost to register?

The Challenge registration fee is just £33.34 + VAT per team and includes:

  • 1 LEGO Education Inspire Set
  • 6 Engineering Notebooks (one per team member)
  • 1 Team Meeting Guide for the coach
  • 1 Entry to one of the FIRST LEGO League Jr Events

 

You will also need a WeDo 2.0 robot, which costs around £160 to purchase.  The Engineering Education Scheme Wales has some funding options available for schools in Wales.

All funding will be allocated to eligible schools only, on a first come, first served basis.  Only one registration will be funded per school.

The Engineering Education Scheme Wales (EESW) and The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET)  are the Wales partners for FIRST®LEGO® League (FLL). 

The FIRST LEGO League Jr. is an exciting STEM programme for 6-9 year olds.  Each year a theme relevant to the world around them is chosen as a focus for the children’s work.  The teams research the topic, displaying their ideas on a ‘Show Me Poster’ and build a moving model to help communicate their ideas. Teams will meet at a regional final to celebrate their work and achievements as well as take part in a fun day. Through participating in the event students develop teamwork, design, programming and communication skills.

You can find out more about the FIRST LEGO League Jr on the IET website or contact us for more information.

 

The FIRST® LEGO® League Jr. 2018-19 MISSION MOON season is still running until July 2019

Registration for 2019-20 BOOMTOWN BUILD will open in September, along with FIRST® LEGO® League Jr. Discovery

How does it work?

  • Form a team of up to six pupils between the ages of 6 and 9
  • Register your interest with EESW here and you will be sent a registration link, a Team Meeting Guide for the coach and a LEGO "Inspire" Set
  • Purchase a Lego WeDo 2.0 Set
  • Download the challenge document 2018-2019 (when released August 2018)
  • Coach your team through the challenge
  • Bring your students to our events in 2019 (North Wales and South Wales) to present their work!