Our certified LEGO® Education training team can help you get the most out of LEGO® Education products.
Our certified LEGO® Education training team can help you get the most out of LEGO® Education products. We can provide the tools you need to make learning inspiring, engaging and effective and help you meet curriculum objectives.
Our range of training days and programmes cater for a variety of digital learning needs.
We offer an engaging insight into how LEGO® Education can provide cross-curricular and practical solutions to take your classroom to the next level.
We offer a practical day exploring how LEGO® Education can develop 21st Century skills for your business.
Chris Edinburgh Digital Festival
We had an amazing day meeting Milo, learning about robotics, and getting fab advice from the festival's digital experts! From building and modding in Minecraft, to constructing with LEGO WeDo 2.0.
Theo Ysgol Hen Felin
"Milo was awesome! I called it Theo 2.0. I can't wait for more classes like that!"
Neil Cole Trelai Primary School
Our pupils' presentation skills, oracy skills and confidence developed massively through participating in the project. It was a great project to be involved in!
Teacher Ysgol Hen Felin
The children love Big Learning Company. They love the technology and look forward to learning new skills each week.
Teacher Trelai Primary School
Working on this project with Big Learning Company has been brilliant. The project definitely improved the attendance in class and their enthusiasm towards school. It definitely captured their imagination and I would definitely do it again!
Our fun and hands-on LEGO® Education experience days can be tailored for children (6+), teachers or as team-building for your business.
Experience first hand how LEGO® Education can develop 21st Century skills, whatever your age or setting. Our sessions enhance collaboration and problem solving, taking team-building to the next level.
The LEGO® Group has dedicated more than 80 years to understand how students play and learn. Their approach to learning is founded on the "4C" framework.
The topic or task is introduced, allowing students to ask clarifying questions and build on their existing knowledge.
Every task includes a building activity to promote experimentation with collaboration and construct artefacts that can be recalled later.
Students consider what has been learned and share insights with each other.
Every task ends with a new task that builds on what has just been learned, keeping students motivated and curious.
Students are free to experiment and explore as they gain new knowledge. They are encouraged to collaborate as they work through open-ended tasks and extension ideas, facilitated and guided by their teacher.
If you would like to discuss your project, or have any other questions, then get in touch with a member of our team, who would be happy to help.