LEGO® Robotics (Ages 6 to 8)

Did you know there's currently a large gap in students' confidence in STEAM subjects? Build your students’ confidence in learning while helping them develop 21st-century skills through Lego Robotics. Students will be engaged in building, coding, and testing Lego robots using Spike Prime and EV3 kits. Students will build their confidence in problem solving, building, and team-work as they create and code robots such as “The Break Dancer,” “Robotic Hand,” “Rhino,” & “Smart Bike” then get creative as they solve fun and exciting challenges.

Using both the Lego WeDo and EV3 Robotics your child will build numerous Robots based on the Olympics. Campers will build robots for different events such as shot put, sprinting, climbing, and wrestling. Campers will be introduced to programming using simple block coding inside the Lego EV3 classroom software. Every day we will have mini competitions where campers compete against each other (and in teams) to see who can build the best Robot. All in all, a fun camp and a great introduction to Robotics and Coding.

LEGO® Robotics (Ages 9 to 12)

Using both the Lego EV3 and the new Lego Spike kits, campers will enjoy many fun, hands-on projects building and programming Robots. Campers will spend the week brainstorming, building and experimenting with these amazing robots, all the while developing creativity, imagination and problem-solving skills. Campers will also learn to code using EV3 and Spike software and be expected to then use these coding skills to solve daily challenges. A challenging but super fun Camp.


"So appreciative of these teachers who helped my son and other children in the LEGO Robotics camp. The kids had a very nice experience"
- Mor Sgulim

Camp Asia Elite Sports coach
Shane O Loughlin: Head of Robotics & Design

Shane O Loughlin is the Head of Department for Middle School Design at Stamford American International School. He has experience in Robotics and Programming for over 12 years, in 5 countries and in 5 international schools. Shane has led teams to the First Lego League in 2018 and Null Space Lego Robotics in 2017.  

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Years Robotics &
Programming Experience
African Bot Ball
Championship 2014
2016 & 2017
First Lego League
Camp Asia Elite Sports coach
Desmond Seetoh: Robotics & Design

Desmond Seetoh is a lifetime educator who is committed to helping children reach beyond their potential. Teaching design at Stamford American International School, he has lead students to numerous robotics championship in Singapore, USA and Taiwan. With a passion for problem solving, and more than a decade of teaching experience, he believes that fun is key to learning.


w/ International Experience
Years Teaching Experience
Children Coached
Camp Asia Elite Sports coach
MATT IVES: Lego Robotics & Electronic Makerspace Educator

Matt Ives is a New Zealand educator, with 15 years experience teaching Elementary School students across New Zealand, Korea, China, and Singapore. He has a Master of Education (Knowledge Networks and Digital Innovation), is a Google Certified Innovator, and certified Apple Teacher. Matt specializes in creating technology-rich, exciting, hands-on, and creative learning experiences for students.

Over 15 Years
Global Teaching Experience
Education (Knowledge Networks and Digital Innovation)
Google Innovator and Apple Teacher

Age Days Timing Price Per Week
(6-8) Lego Robotics Monday to Friday 9 am to 3 pm $725 (5-day camp)
(9-12) Lego Robotic Monday to Friday 9 am to 3 pm  $725 (5-day camp)

*Price includes a healthy lunch (cooked fresh daily), morning and afternoon snacks and a Camp Asia T-shirt

Sample Timetables

Lego Robotics (6-8 years)

Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
08:30-09:00 Arrival

Introduction & Discussion

Lets build our first robot: Introduction to Lego wedo components

Hello Floor Sweeper

The Science Rover: Explore motion and tilt Sensor


Henry mission

Extension: build Henrywith push and pull cart

Introduction to First Lego League Competition

FLL Competition Practise

10:00-10:30 Break

Hello robot

Build a series of projects: Snail, Fan, Satellite, Spy robot

Happy Henry

Build Henry the Happy Alligator

Henry mission

Extension: Henry learns to drive through a maze and pick things up

Guided First Lego League Competition Practise

FLL Competition Time Pressure Practise

12:30-13:00 Lunch

Make your robot move

Introduction to programming: code and see your robot in action

Program with Henry

Code Henry with legowedo to complete a series of tasks

Henry mission

Extension: Henry learns not to crash into obstacles

Guided FLL Competition Time Pressure Practise

FLL Competition & Parent Showcase


15:00 Afternoon Snack and Home

Lego Robotics (9-12 years) 

Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
08:30-09:00 Arrival

Meet and Greet

Lets build our first Ev3 Robot

Touch Sensor

Learn the skills of the Touch Sensor

More Advanced Programming

What if statements, nested if and looping

Introduction to First Lego League


Guided FLL Competition Practice

10:00-10:30 Break

Finish Building First Robot

Explore the EV3 software have fun with

display and sound function.

Ultrasonic Sensor

Learn the skills of the Ultrasonic Sensor

Maze Competition Introduction

With guidance learn how to use advanced programming

to navigate the maze. Program the robot to stop before

hitting obstacles

Guided FLL Competition Practice

Guided FLL Competition Practice


Sumo Competition

Introduction to Sumo Competition Rules

12:30-13:00 Lunch

Make your robot move

Introduction to Action Blocks,

Robot Racing Competition

Sumo Competition

Using touch, ultrasonic and building skills, create the

ultimate Sumo Robot

Maze Competition

Who can build the fasted robot to navigate the Maze

Guided FLL Competition


FLL Competition & Parent Showcase


15:00 Afternoon Snack and Home

Information to note prior to booking:


We have a full-time nurse on site for every camp week operating from the schools’ health centres. Our nurses are there to administer medication, first aid and support with all COVID-19 reporting, as needed. The nurse is available Monday morning to collect any medications and speak to parents before camp starts. Our Camp Asia team are all first-aid trained.


Healthy Lunch and snacks (cooked fresh daily) are included in the cost of your camp. If your child is a vegetarian, does not or cannot eat beef, pork, seafood, dairy or eggs or has other dietary needs, simply tell us beforehand in your child’s details online. Please also note that Camp Asia has a nut-minimisation policy. 

Bus Service

We offer a highly convenient, safe, secure and sociable bus service to and from camp, calling at a stop near your home. In line with COVID-19 regulations, buses will be cleaned before and after every journey.

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