Educators

Teach Computing and STEM with BinaryBots

BinaryBots are affordable card robot kits that bring Computing and STEM to life.

BinaryBots are known in schools as 'Consumable Robotics' this means that rather than spend your entire budget purchasing expensive robot kits to teach computing or STEM, you can purchase a much more cost effective pack. This will allow every KS2 and KS3 child to build their own robot making learning to code and STEM a much more interactive and individual experience.

Check out the calculator below to see how much it could cost for your school

Full Curriculum and Lesson Plans

Comprehensive lesson plans mapped to the National Curriculum for Computing and STEM (KS2 & KS3) are provided for schools.

Fun and Engaging

Children love to make things. Combining a real robot with coding fires up a child's imagination, inspires dreams and builds confidence.

Really easy to teach

BinaryBots make teaching Computing & STEM really easy. Eveything you need comes in the box as well as step-by-step instructions, videos & lesson plans.

BinaryBots 'Consumable Robotics' for schools

BinaryBots are consumable robotics which are designed according to different skill sets. With an average class size of 30 students, buying resources to teach subjects such as Computing or STEM subjects like Design & Technology can very quickly use up all your budget. Using BinaryBots can allow every child to have their own personalised robot whilst you retain the key technology for each new year.

All of our kits have options for kits with a BBC micro:bit and all electronics included, kits with electronics but no micro:bit and Top up packs with just the robot, stickers & instructions.

Robot Kits with a BBC micro:bit
Robot Kits without a BBC micro:bit
Top up robot kits in packs of 15

What kits would you need?

How many students do you teach at any one time? i.e. per class or after school club 30 students  
How many students do you want to have their own BinaryBot? i.e. whole year group 180 students  
Number of BBC micro:bits you already have in your school (if any)  
Calculate number of kits

BinaryBots kits work with the BBC Micro:bit

BinaryBots are perfect for teaching KS2 pupils Computing in primary school. The education packs are available to purchase with the BBC micro:bit included in the kit.

All schools with KS3 students were provided with BBC micro:bits for all Year 7 pupils in 2016. All BinaryBots kits work with the BBC micro:bit and can be supplied with or without a BBC micro:bit.

It's so easy to teach Computing and STEM with BinaryBots

  • Build their very own robot
  • Create their own design
  • Learn to write computer code
  • Make them do exciting things