CapeTalk Small Business Awards

EDRO Robotics makes computer programming fun

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EDRO Robotics Classes is an academy specialising in computer programming for young kids.

The EDRO experience offers both private tutorials, holiday workshops and integrated extra-curricular classes at local schools.

Nominator Sharilyn O'Brien says that EDRO has helped open the minds of many pupils in a fun and and fulfilling manner.

She says her son had discovered the practical uses of subjects like science and maths through their robotics programme.

EDRO founder Christina Clucas explains that their classes put school curriculum into tangible focus.

Kids just love it. It's fun... We build lessons and learning materials around robotics, bringing in science and maths.

Christina Clucas, EDRO founder

According to Clucas, the company is committed to developing meaningful education programmes in collaboration with dynamic teaching staff, quality courses and strong communication channels.

She explains that the academy is helping future-proof young kids, as literacy moves more towards coding skills.

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