In a very dramatic turn of events, Year 4 pupils arrived into the Mac Suite this morning to discover that a situation had arisen overnight. An intrepid LEGO astronaut had got himself into a spot of bother on the surface of the moon.
He’d unpacked his suitcase and was enjoying a warm drink in the Moon Base when he realised he’d left his Moon Rover back on Earth. Oh dear!
To make matters even worse, ahead in the distance he could see two massive pieces of Moon Treasure that were too far away to reach on foot.
Thankfully, Classes 9 and 10 were on hand to help. When faced with a challenge, these classes can always built a robot to help out! So over the morning, both classes built, tested, refined and polished their Moon Rovers to help Astronaut Alan reach the treasure. We had a variety of designs, a huge array of different programming styles and a lot of trips back and forth testing their creations.
But at the end of the morning, I’m delighted to say that Astronaut Alan reached the Moon Treasure and safely returned to his base – safe in the knowledge that the treasure was actually just two foam cubes with patterns on.