BYOR Starter kit

Product Code: IT10357
A complete kit for building your own robot, perfect for engaging children in hands-on learning.
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Technical Summary


Helping to Support Teaching and Learning

Comprehensive Robotics Kit

This kit is designed for up to four children, featuring an Easyboard, various sensors, and output modules like an LED light and motors, plus all essential wires and a power bank.

Curriculum Integration

Enhances problem-solving skills by helping children create, debug, and design programs that control physical systems, supporting the Computing curriculum at Key Stage 1 and 2.

Technical Knowledge Application

Children learn to apply electrical systems in their projects using this kit, aligning with the Key Stage 2 Design and Technology curriculum, which focuses on practical technical knowledge.

Minimal Setup

The brain unit works straight out of the box with minimal setup required, facilitating quick and efficient classroom integration.

Programming Skills

Offers the ability to connect a micro:bit for reprogramming the brain, providing a practical experience in coding and program development.

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BYOR Starter kit

A complete kit for building your own robot, perfect for engaging children in hands-on learning.


  • This comprehensive robotics kit is designed to foster skills in programming and engineering among children. It supports the Computing curriculum at Key Stage 1 by enabling children to create and debug simple programs.

  • At Key Stage 2, the kit enhances abilities to design programs that accomplish specific goals and control physical systems. This practical application helps simplify complex problems into manageable tasks.

  • Additionally, the integration with the Design and Technology curriculum at Key Stage 2 allows learners to delve into electrical systems, encouraging the use of circuits through hands-on activities.

Supports the National Curriculum

Computing, Key Stage 1

Create and debug simple programs.

Computing, Key Stage 2

Design, write and debug programs that accomplish specific goals, including controlling or simulating physical systems and solve problems by decomposing them into smaller parts.

Design & Technology, Key Stage 2, Technical Knowledge

Understand and use electrical systems in their products (for example, series circuits incorporating switches, bulbs, buzzers and motors).

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    Product includes

  • 1 Easyboard (Brain),1x Distance sensor (Input),1x Sound sensor (Input),1x Rotary Knob (Input),1x Light sensor (Input),1x LED Light (Output),1x Servo motor (Output),1x Stepper Motor (Output),1x Speaker Module (Output),1x USB Power Cable,1x Power Bank (incl, charging cable + manual),1x Set of Split pens (30 split Pins),8x Signal cables,1x Signal-cable extender,1x Signal-cable splitter,User manual,Construction book