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Robots bring Computing and STEM to life

Bring computing and STEM to life in your classroom with robots
Complete teaching resources from key stages 1 - 5

 

  

Introducing Integrated Engagement Learning.

Everything you need to teach Computing and STEM.

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  • Robot Hardware

    A great range of robotic technology to help you teach computing from entry level cardboard starter kits right through to mind reading headsets. Learn more >

  • Teaching Resources

    An online teaching resource portal, jam packed with content and resources, such as lesson plans, worksheets, handouts & videos, which can be accessed at any time.

  • Training & Workshops

    Hands on group sessions demonstrate key examples of implementing the computing curriculum using STEM. Designed to go from CPD Workshop to the classroom the next day.

Meet the hardware.

Combining a real robot with coding fires up a child's imagination, inspires dreams, and builds confidence.
  • CARDBOARD ROBOT KITS

    DIMM is a cardboard robot with lots of interesting sensors. You can build Dimm, personalise him and then code him to do lots of things.

    From £ 24.99

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  • ROBOT ARM KIT

    The Robot Arm Kit provides an example of a real world robot arm used in manufacturing. Great to teach Python to beginners.

    From £ 84.99

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  • 4WD ROBOTIC CAR KIT

    The Remote Control Car Kit has been designed to provide an introduction to programming in Python with a real world application.

    From £ 49.99

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Complete teaching resources

Instant access to online lesson plans and teaching resources.

Accompanying our robot kits, we provide a comprehensive online teaching resources via the TeachingCloud portal. Content and resources, such as lesson plans, worksheets, handouts & videos, can be accessed at any time.

There are resources matching equipment & curriculum which can be used to create a Scheme of Work with our drag & drop designer.

Any teacher can get instant FREE access to TeachingCloud Portal. Contact us for more information.

CPD Teacher Training Workshops.

Group sessions designed to demonstrate how to teach the computing curriculum using STEM.

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) workshops are hands-on group sessions and demonstrate key examples of implementing the computing curriculum using STEM. Designed to go from CPD Workshop to the classroom the next day.

The experience & resources cater to your own teaching style for maximum effectiveness. Take-away modules for reference and access to our Cloud resources in your own time as a refresher or download content for your own lessons. Contact us for more information.

Teach computing and STEM with the latest technology.

We sell any of the computer boards as single and class packs - contact us for a quote

  • BBC Micro:Bit

    A new pocket-sized computer that lets anyone code, customise and control hardware through software. It's being supplied to around 1 million school children.

  • CodeBug

    CodeBug is a cute, programmable and wearable device designed to introduce simple programming and electronic concepts to anyone, at any age.

  • Raspberry Pi

    The Raspberry Pi is a tiny and affordable computer that you can use to learn programming through fun, practical projects.

Teach coding with easy-to-use software

The Block Editor is a visual editor and provides an introduction to structured programming via drag and drop coding blocks that snap together. You can also convert a Block Editor script into a Touch Develop script which helps with the transition to text-based programming.


"I have found working with the starter kits from CBiS Education really useful in my computing club, the CBiS team have opened my eyes to new possibilities, experimenting, hacking everyday products to build amazing projects with my students. The girls have had a great time building their ideas and the club has made them much more confident in their computer science GCSE."

Simon Kuznetsov - Head of Technology - Skipton Girls' High School