Sentinus Robot Programming
Year 8 pupils enjoying a STEM day provided by James Connor from Sentinus. The aim of the day, to introduce the pupils to robotic programming using the incentive of a group challenge to have their three wheeled robot travel the most accurate path along a route printed onto a long mat. The pupils work in groups of two ably assisted by nine year 9 mentors.
Imogen Edgar with her completed yr10 Nightlight clock project.
Imogen Edgar year 10, one of the first in her year group to complete her first project of the year. The project incorporates a clock mechanism and a transistor circuit that lights three LEDs when it becomes dark using an LDR. Her design is a butterfly which she drew using 2D Design and then the Acrylic was milled out on the CNC milling machine. Well done Imogen