Borrow Our Kit
PLEASE NOTE: We are no longer accepting any requests for kit for this academic year however if you would like to request any kit for 21/22 please get in touch.
Here is a list of our computing kit that is available to be borrowed.
All of the below can be booked out for 4 weeks at a time and you will be liable for any damages.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know what devices you would like to borrow,
what dates you would need them for and when is best to collect.
- Interact with other Bee-Bots® and Blue-Bots®
- Record audio to play back to confirm when commands are entered
- Audio playback when Bee-Bot® follows commands
Quantity: 15 *Please Note: you will be required to use your own tablets*
- Sphero BOLT is an app-enabled robotic ball that you can drive and code, providing endless opportunities to be creative and have fun while learning.
- BOLT’s programmable 8×8 LED Matrix can animate and display real-time data.
- Advanced yet approachable, you can learn programming, complete hands-on activities, and share your creations with the community.
- Programmable sensors include Infrared, Compass, Light Sensor, Gyroscope, Accelerometer, and Motor Encoders.
- It’s fun to take for a spin. Simply drive BOLT and play games with the Sphero Play app.
- Durable. Waterproof. Inductive charging. 2+ hour battery life. Connects via Bluetooth.
The BBC micro:bit is a pocket-sized computer that introduces you to how software and hardware work together.
It has an LED light display, buttons, sensors and many input/output features that you can program and physically interact with. The latest micro:bit adds sound sensing and playback capabilities.
Makey Makey is an invention kit designed to connect everyday objects to computer keys.
Using a circuit board, alligator clips, and a USB cable, the toy uses closed loop electrical signals to send the computer either a keyboard stroke or mouse click signal.
This function allows the Makey Makey to work with any computer program or webpage that accepts keyboard or mouse click inputs.
The Crumble is a cheap, easy-to-use electronics controller. A few ‘croc’ leads and a USB cable are all you need to connect motors, LEDs and sensors and begin experimenting. No programming experience is required as the FREE software is a graphical, drag-and-drop system inspired by MIT Scratch.
Quantity: 2 x Sets (One set = 30 students)
Imagine designing, building and programming your very own robotic vehicle! We are always amazed at how quickly and competently primary school pupils take on the challenge of learning through robotics.
Pupils from Year 1 through to Year 6 build and program simple and exciting robots using familiar LEGO® bricks that they know and love, as well as more technical LEGO elements that introduce them to concepts related to machines and mechanisms. Pupils will learn aspects from the computing, science and DT programmes of study. They will be investigating, creating, persevering, testing, learning from their mistakes, and having lots of fun!
The LEGO® Education WeDo 2.0 Core Set consists of a Smarthub, motor, motion sensor, tilt sensor and a wide collection of bricks and other building elements. The elements are delivered in a sturdy plastic box with a sorting tray which is great for classroom storage and organisation.