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Our robotics programme forms part of the greater STEAM programme, the purpose of which the aim to develop interests and abilities in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics. Offering a dedicated STEAM space as well as a fully equipped robotics lab, Carmel School is leading the way in providing students the opportunities and resources to succeed.

Our Junior Robotics programme aims to develop skills in preparation for the FIRST Lego League. Carmel School is the first, and until very recently, the only school from Hong Kong that participates in the FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC). Carmel's Robotics team, officially known as team Prism 7242, will be competing in its third competition in 2020.

The vision is to have a programme beginning in Elementary school and extending all the way through to our FRC programme

Students engage in specialised training in engineering, coding and programming, to develop the complex, advanced skills and knowledge required to participate in these programmes. We work with the staff from Hong Kong's Makerbay, as well as BSD Academy. Along with many technical positions, there are many opportunities to contribute to the team without a technical background, including marketing and fundraising.

Our History

Carmel School's first competition was in Shanghai, China. The competition was challenging but we proved to ourselves that even with relatively less experience, resources and space to build, we could compete against the larger teams. This year we had the aim of scoring points and finishing outside of the bottom 5. We ended up missing the finals by one position and finished in 19th out of 40. This was a massive achievement for us and solidified our potential as a team.

Support Us

We are currently seeking support from the Hong Kong and the Jewish community in the form of mentors, donors and sponsors. For more information, please contact Mr. Lloyd Gravett or Dr. Kevin Yau.