Smart Kids Robotics, Coding and STEM activities

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Smart car rain sensor system

The EasyCoding Club young scientist learn how to develop a smart windscreen wiper system. The system detects heavy rain and automatically adjusts to high speed with both windscreen wipers staying in sync!


Robot arm engineered by children

Another great robot arm with improved coding algorithm


EasyCoding Club Robot Arm Gauntlet

Talented children building and programming their own Marvel Avengers Gauntlet at EasyCoding Club. The robot arm looks extremely powerful but we're still searching for two remaining infinity stones. Are we witnessing the rise of the next genius inventors?


EasyCoding Club Driving Assistance System

EasyCoding Club's little engineers are developing a driving assistance system to keep the car at distance behind vehicles. Join us in our research to make the world smarter and safer.


Come and join us again on a fun day at Royal Borough of Greenwich Get Together 2019. The community festival is a free event with lots of exciting and fun activities for children and families.

Children can learn how to apply artificial intelligence to robotics to make the world smarter and safer at Royal Greenwich Get Together and Armed Forces Day. Whether they're experienced or band new, they can try their hand at finding solutions to various fun and engaging science projects using robotics and coding 🤔 EasyCoding royalgreenwich.gov.uk/gettogether


Kids Day Camps & STEM Schools

EasyCoding Club is an exciting after-school program that inspires young children to explore robotics and technology.

We’re delighted to inform you that our next popular Robotics and Coding day camp during school term break will be held at:

University of Greenwich, Main Campus in Queen Anne Court
Address: Old Royal Naval College, Park Row, London SE10 9LS
Date: 29th May 2019
Time: 10.00am - 3.30pm

Worsley Bridge Primary School
Address: Brackley Road, Beckenham, BR3 1RF
Date: 28th May 2019
Time: 10.00am - 3.30pm

Depending on the children’s robotics and coding experience they learn how to apply artificial intelligence in the exciting field of robotics to make the world smarter and safer. The kids develop driving assistance systems using various sensors and motors or find solutions for various fun and engaging science projects. Our camps improve children’s computational thinking, logical reasoning and encourage them to find creative solutions for a real world problem.

The children improve their learning results via our EasyCoding Club Starfall Education and Coding App.

We are provider of robotics and coding classes in private and public schools. Our curriculum supports and complements the national curriculum for computing in schools.

The recommended age is 6-12 years.

Book your place via our Website at:

Greenwich Libraries on Twitter 08/12/2018

Greenwich Libraries on Twitter

Little engineers at EasyCoding Club designed and developed their own car based on real world German car manufacturers product & design specifications (Lastenheft). Then independently enhanced its functionality by making it remote controllable using infrared signals. WOW!!!


Greenwich Libraries on Twitter “The EasyCoding Club meets Fridays 4-5pm & 5-6pm. Learn to code, make friends & explore technology! Email [email protected] to book your place! https://t.co/8NsD8B8gpj”

Photos from EasyCoding's post 04/12/2018

The EasyCoding Club team excels at the 7th International Youth Robotics Olympiad winning Gold Medals at University College London (UCL), London.

The event takes place annually and has a proud history to collaborate with leading Universities such as Stanford University (USA) and Universities in Spain, Italy, New Zealand and Taiwan in the last couple of years. This year the event was held in collaboration with UCL, London, UK. There are top international little engineers attending the event to compete against each other who qualified through their national leagues and competitions.

It was a great opportunity for our pupils to learn more about Robotics, Computer Science and Engineering at a world-class University and to foster international exchange at young age.

The international competitors were very impressive and we’re therefore extremely proud that the EasyCoding Club team won

2 x Gold medals
1 x Silver medal
1 x Bronze medal

It’s a great achievement for all participating children.


We teamed up with OKIDO, the independent Arts and Science magazine and the creators of the BBC Messy Goes to OKIDO and the Institute of Imagination to connect young children with robotics, coding and fun STEAM activities.

The young children and families enjoyed their day at the London OKIDO STEAM fair and had lots of fun!


Smart Robotics, Coding & STEM activities for Kids Age 6+

EasyCoding Club is an exciting after school programme that inspires young children to explore robotics and technology. Our classes are designed to nurture young inquisitive minds to develop an interest in coding and building robots from an early age. Dedicated to teaching key science and engineering practices, the children learn coding, visualise abstract concepts and apply maths in a fun engaging way.

The course is for children aged 6-12.

We engage pupils to think like engineers and build motorised robots which can interact with its environment via sensors. During the course of the curriculum children learn how sensors such as motion sensor or tilt sensor relate to physical laws in a playful way.

The kids explore how speed, friction and forces affect the motion of objects and robots.

The classes are taught by engineers with over 15 years’ experience working for blue chip companies such as Mercedes-Benz, Bosch and IBM research labs in the UK and Germany.

Book your FREE Taster Session online via our Website at https://www.easycoding.org.uk

We operate EasyCoding Clubs in:
- The Spa at Beckenham
- Bromley Methodist Church
- The Forum at Greenwich
- Eltham Park Methodist Church
- Eltham Green Community Church
- Woolwich Centre Library


We're so proud of our pupils! The children from EasyCoding Club have worked on an exciting Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) project by learning about water and its importance. The children had to think like engineers, carry out research work and explore how to improve water usage at home and in our community.

As part of the STEM project, the young engineers had to build a motorised Team Model. The children designed a creative and outstanding solution and shared their ideas with other like minded children, engineers and scientist at the LEGO Headquarter in London.

The talented EasyCoding Club Team was awarded with golden medals and the impressed judges announced them as the rising stars! Well done!!!


A science robot which can handle difficult terrain

A science robot which can handle difficult terrain. It's amazing to see how children getting excited building motorised robots and flourish after a short period of time. The children are gaining an extraordinary engineering mindset. This science robot was built at the Forum At Greenwich EasyCoding Club and was purely developed based on the child's imagination and creativity. Great job!

Photos from SEnine Magazine's post 12/05/2018

Photos from SEnine Magazine's post

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