The winners of the 2020 Robotics Challenge
The Thomas Telford School
Burnt Mill Academy
McLaren High School
A huge well done to every single team that took part in this years challenge.
All the hard work does not go unacknowledged and we, as a delivery partner, were proud of seeing all of your creations come to life and of the teamwork that was shown through.
We hope to see your schools again for 2021!
Our finalists for 2020 competition
For any queries about competitions, webinars or staying on track, please email
A journey of exploration and fun!
Music in video courtesy of Bensound
'Wow' your learners - take part in the Tomorrow's Engineers EEP Robotics Challenge.
This is a curriculum-linked programme, for students aged 11-14, and aims to see teams work together to solve real-world engineering, technology and computing challenges.
Using robotics, design and discovery, students learn how to build, programme and control LEGO robots to complete a series of short aviation missions, using the LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3 sets. They will then demonstrate their skills at a challenge event near them.
Where do we start?
The journey starts in school. Through a culmination of ten-week extra-curricular or in-school activities, students will take part in a structured plan and use learning software to learn how to design and build their robots. The challenge could then take your team all the way from regional heats to the national final!
Entering the Robotics Challenge
Who can apply?
Teachers or authorised school employees on behalf of girls and boys in KS3 (11-14 years old).
The challenge is open to schools from England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Applicants do not need to have an established 'team' in order to apply - these can be created post application.
Find out more information via the button below.