Robotics for kids in the Cayman Islands⚙️🎮🖥️

345Robotics uses VexIQ and the global VexIQ competition/challenge to teach children and young people about building, coding, designing and competing with robots. We introduce kids to STEM ideas and concepts with a fun – and global robotics competition in a non-school setting.

We leverage interest in gaming, computers and coding to foster critical thinking, problem solving, resilience, teamwork and other soft skills that are widely applicable beyond robotics.

Learn, build, program, compete:
Robotics for kids ages 8+

Summer camp sessions: June – August, 2023

Coding/programming: June-August, 2023

2023 Summer Session

Two or three weekly sessions (2 hours), ending with a robotics competition

Kids’ robotics in the Cayman Islands

During the past four years, 345Robotics has offered robotics to children during weekends and school holidays, and through community partnerships with Sir John A Cumber Primary School, the Rotary Science Fair, organisations such as Acts of Random Kindness, the Family Resource Centre, Inclusion Cayman, and Footsteps School. At our dedicated central George Town venue, we’re building kids’ robotics to be inclusive, accessible and available to all children in the Cayman Islands.