LEGO® Education® has an important announcement for FIRST® LEGO® League teams working on Mac Operating Systems (macOS) The current version of the EV3 Lab software is not compatible with the upcoming update to macOS, called Catalina. We are therefore introducing a brand-new EV3 app in November 2019, called LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3 Classroom. Based on […]
Hi everyone, just a couple of reminders. Mission model building instructions can be found here. General game resources can be found here There have been quite a few Robot Game updates and rule clarifications posted by FIRST, download the latest Updates PDF here.
We’re please to confirm that this years National Championship in December will be hosted at Te Matauranga School in Clendon, Auckland. Due to some ongoing building projects we could not return to Somerville Intermediate this year. For out of town teams, this means you’ll have a short drive from the venue to the airport. Challenge […]
We have two Jump Start grant’s available for rookie (first time) FIRST LEGO League teams thanks to Qualcomm Inc. If you would like to apply for a grant, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and include your contact details, information about you and your team and why you believe you should receive a Jump Start.
This competition can’t happen without an awesome team of volunteers on the day. If you, or someone you know would like to get involved register here as a volunteer and help make the event be the best it can be.
The game kits have landed! We’re very excited the kits have arrived and will be shipped out to registered teams on Launch Day (1st August), get your team registered now and get going.
Things are gearing up, with the launch of the CITY SHAPER season less than a month away! Registration is now open, so sign your team up today. This years National Championship will be over two days in Auckland, the 7th and 8th of December. Register Here
Congratulations to the Blackbots from the Hawkes Bay who competed at the LEGOLAND California International Open over the weekend of 17-19 May. The team came back with a fantastic result of 2nd Place for the Project and 37th for the table.
The 2019 FIRST Global Challenge will be held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates from 24th to 27th October. We hope to see New Zealand represented once again following on from the 2017 and 2018 competitions and will share additional information as it becomes available. For more information about FIRST Global, Visit their website
#FIRSTCHAMP Houston is finished, congratulations to the three Kiwi teams taking part this year. FRC Team 7498 – Wingus & Dingus – who competed in the Roebling division of FRC, and made it through to the quarter finals as part of Alliance 5 along with Team 6364 (Ten Ton Robots), and alliance captain Team 359 […]