STEM Club – Robot Wars!

Today at lunchtime two of our STEM Club Robot Wars teams were testing their Lego Mindstorms robots against each other…

Another successful Lego Mindstorms robotics mission!

A couple of STEM Club members managed to achieve another successful mission with the Lego Mindstorms robotics challenges this afternoon – well done to them!

STEM Club – Today’s Lego Mindstorms robotics video…

Yet another “almost but not quite there” moment for the STEM club members trying to achieve one of the missions on the First Lego League challenge board today:

STEM Club – Another “nearly but not quite there” Lego Mindstorms moment!

Here’s a video of one of today’s STEM Club Lego Mindstorms robotics challenges in progress, though as you can see it didn’t quite work this time…

STEM Club – Oh so close with today’s Lego Mindstorms challenge…

Here’s a video of one of the STEM Club’s Lego Mindstorms robotics missions today – Almost there but not quite!

STEM Club – Another successful Lego Mindstorms mission!

Another success for the STEM club – Here’s a video of their Lego Mindstorms robot completing the well mission!

STEM Club – Lego Mindstorms Robotics

Here’s a video of one of the STEM club team’s Lego Mindstorms robots successfully retrieving the broken water pipe, worth 20 points!

This term’s clubs

Glee club:takes place on Monday every week, from 15:15-16:15. It is a club where people sing and dance.

Makaton club:takes place on Wednesdays from12:30-12:50.  It is a signing language used by people who have difficulty communicating.

Cross country :takes place on Thursdays from 12:30-13:00. It’s when people run around Dunblane.

Girls football :takes place on Thursdays from 15:15-16:15.

STEM (Science Technology Engineering Maths) club p5-7: takes place on Friday lunchtime from 12:30-13:15. We do lego mindstorm programming to get ready for the First Lego League, Hydro Dynamics.

Badminton club: takes place on Fridays from 8:30-9:00.


STEM Club is a Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths club. We are doing the First Lego League for Hydro Dynamics pupils can join any time but there is a competition and if we win the competition we go onto another competition and if we win that competition we get the chance to go to America. We have already made the lego pieces and set up the mat and today we planned  what our robot is going to look like so it can do as it is told. As an example for one of the missions we have to do. So the example that I’m going to tell you is the rain cloud what you have to do is you have to get your robot to push a lever and make at least one rain fall.

Luca, Digital Leader


On the 5th of October AFTER SCHOOL is the p6/7 badminton competition at Dunblane high school if your child IS doing this they should have already given in a form of permission. If your child is competing in this compition what will be happening is your child will be against various people depending on how much wins they get. If your child gets into the quarter finals they just need to get to the semis. If your child gets into the semi finals if they win your child will get into the finals if they DONT win they will face the other loser challenging for the place of third. If your child gets into the finals your child will be playing for the place of second or first.

Sam Digital Leader.