Robotics Mechanical Movement

Type: School Incursion

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A range of innovative hands on incursions to stimulate students into the exciting new world of robotics. Robotic Movement, simple machines, wheels and gears, forces and effects, physics and motion, mechanical engineering, energy, levers and pulleys.

The students will use a modular Robtix system that enables the undertaking of Mechanical Movement and principles of science.

We also have the ability due to systems flexibility to develop different grade programs to meet teachers and grade requirements. Examples of programs inlcude: Level Logic, Pulley Power, On The Move, Your Favourite Toy, Your Favourite Material or Structure, Forces and Movement.

These interdisciplinary learning topics can be modified to meet your school/students requirements. The students are given a specific scenario as discussed with the teacher and have to work in teams designing, evaluating and creating robots to carry out specific tasks eg. Rescue Robots for hurricane effected areas or Sports Athletes getting the longest drive in golf. All materials are provided.

In addition to these we also have a range of innovative thinking and 'maths active learning' programs.

Suitable for:

  • prep
  • year 1
  • year 2
  • year 3
  • year 4
  • year 5
  • year 6
  • year 7
  • year 8
  • year 9
  • year 10


All our incursions are compliant with the Australian Curriculum, and we are constantly seeking out new and exciting technologies and advancements to continue to be industry leaders in providing relevant and stimulating material.

  • Pre-activities available
  • Post-activities available

Dates & Times:

Group Size: 20 (min) to 30 (max)

More information:

Costs: All workshops are charged per student per hour and GST can be claimed back. Additional costs may apply depending on the workshop. For most incursions we travel in a motorhome and provide all the equipment, a surcharge may apply for large travel distances. This surcharge can be avoided by networking with other schools in your region and involving them so that we can stay in an area for a longer period of time. Minimum charges apply for all incursions.


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Provider Information

Robotic Education

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Robotic Education

PO Box 461
Belmont, VIC, 3216

Phone: 0417 272 880
Cursions ID: 1545


Venue details:

  • OH&S policy
  • Public Liability Insurance
  • Staff Police checks

Staff Qualifications

Kevin and Pauline have been innovators in Robotics Education, working with both schools and industry organisations (CSIRO, Scienceworks, Questacon). For over 20 years they have been “creating generations of creative and curious minds” (Lisa Van Noordennen – Principal Barnawartha PS) and their ability to immerse students in robotics ensures “true light bulb learning moments” (Joanne Kretsis –Auburn South PS).

As expected, The World of Robotics complies with requirements such as WWCC, VIT Registration and First Aid (inc Anaphylaxis) training and can be contacted via the email and website above.

Business Accreditations

The World of Robotics… “offered our students thinking well beyond standard project learning… energy and enthusiasm – so much more than just a robot.” Marg Scott – Network Improvement Officer, Grampians Region

• Founding Member of RoboCup
• G.A.T.E.WAYS Presenter for 20yrs
• CSIRO Double Helix Presenter for 15yrs
• Scienceworks Melbourne Presenter
• Questacon, Canberra Presenter
• Monash Science Centre Presenter
• CHIPS Presenter for 10 years
• Consultant for Success for Boys
• Robotics and Digital Technologies Consultant

Further information

“We have worked with World of Robotics for 15 years… whole school, every year.” Ian Sloane – Principal Mitcham PS

The World of Robotics is a one-stop solution to immersing your students in robotics. Supplying tailored programs and providing all equipment needed, the workshops go beyond Robotics and Digital Technologies – making solid connections with numeracy, literacy and thinking curricula.

“Problem-solving, persistence, scaffolded learning, high expectations, collaborative learning, risk-taking, test-evaluate-modify… Robotic Education met our aims and more!” Rob Nelson – Principal Bannockburn PS

Additional information

To discuss how to have a workshop in your school, contact Kevin and Pauline on the email above or visit their website.

We have a huge range of robotics equipment available for workshops, including OWI, Arrick, Lego Mindstorms, Fischertechnic, Robotix, Logiblocs, Lynxmotion, and Cubelets.


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