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FIRST® LEGO® League: Coding with SPIKE Prime and the SPIKE App

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26th January @ 3:30 pm 5:00 pm


26th January
3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
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Event Summary:

Welcome back to the FIRST® LEGO® League Webinar Series. In this webinar, we will take a look at; What  SPIKE Prime is and what it can do, how to pair your SPIKE Prime with your device, how to access the SPIKE App, how to write a program for your SPIKE Prime, and how to run programs on your SPIKE Prime.

How To Register?

Please register by clicking on the link below and completing a short registration form to obtain the link to this webinar. You will receive a confirmation email containing the link to join.
Any issues, please send us an email to events@tablet.academy 

Session Overview

Why should you attend:
 These sessions are provided free of charge by the IET and Tablet Academy as part of the support package developed to aid your participation in the FIRST® LEGO® League 2022 Season

What can you expect:

  • Coding with SPIKE Prime and the SPIKE App
    • Meet SPIKE Prime
    • Inputs and outputs
    • Charging and batteries
    • Pairing
    • Built-in test program
    • The SPIKE App

Who is this workshop for:

Schools, Colleges, and organisations registered for the FIRST® LEGO® League 2022 Season – Powered by the IET.

Prior knowledge required:

No, but they will benefit more if they have their FIRST® LEGO® League 2022 Superpowered and SPIKE Kits for the sessions.


Ross Hunter

Before joining Tablet Academy (UK), Ross spent 13 years as a Royal Air Force Mechanical Aircraft Technician, the final 5 years working with the RAF Cosford Youth and STEM team on STEAM engagement in schools. 

As a principal STEAM consultant, Ross now provides STEAM Curriculum, Lesson plan, and engagement activity development services internally and for industry partners. He also works with Industry partners to manage a portfolio of national STEAM competitions for students of all ages, backgrounds and interests.

Most recently Ross has managed a national Artificial Intelligence competition on behalf of an industry partner, where Schools across the UK competed to design an AI-powered solution to a problem inspired by the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Ross is a LEGO® accredited trainer, having attended the LEGO® Academy in Billund, Denmark and is currently the head trainer for FIRST® LEGO® League training delivered in the UK on behalf of Sage.

As an MIE and a Microsoft Certified Trainer, Ross also provides Microsoft and Office365 end-user training and guidance for non-teaching staff, commercial clients, and support staff working for local and national government agencies.