About Robotics Connection
Robotics Connection is passionate to provide robotics enrichment courses for all ages. Our mission is to nurture a creative child through new technologies such as bluetooth, intelligent sensors and computer programming.We have conducted numerous robotics workshops and courses in schools, after-care centers, community clubs and country clubs over the past 10 years. Children will explore the wonderful world of science and technologies through hands-on robots building, programming and of course fun competitions. We strive to develop the scientists and engineers of tomorrow!
A new robotics center at Serangoon Garden Way
We are pleased to announce a new robotics and coding center at Serangoon Garden Way , opening for holiday classes on 28 May 2018. You can register for regulars classes and holiday camps for Coronation Plaza and Serangoon Garden on this website.
Regular class Registrations
National Robotics Competition 2018
Asia Pacific Youth Robotics Competition 2017
Robotics Connection emerged as overall champions for Junior category winning awards in Tug Of War, Sumo Double, Lego Team Fortress, Creative Challenge and Arduino Programming Challenge (Senior).
National Junior Robotics Competition 2016
IDE Challenge 2016 Robotics competitions
20 students from Robotics Connection's participated in IDE Challenge 2016 organised by Nullspace and Anglican High School. Robotics Connection's teams came in 3rd and 6th placing in LEGO Robotics (Primary) category and bagged an Innovation Award for Arduino Maker competition.
For full results click here.
Robotics Connection Teams at IDE Challenge (17 March 2016)
8th National Robopreneur 2014 competition held on 5 June 2014
St Joseph Institution robotics club coached by Robotics Connection retains this year's National Robopreneur Carnival (NRPC) overall champion title (secondary school category) for the 3rd consecutive year. The competition was held at Nanyang Polytechnic.
National Surprise Mission Challenge
Robotics Connection Team S2 ( Eric Todd and Gideon Ong) came in first in Secondary schools category.