Team 3116A have qualified as the division winners for this years VEX World finals that will take place in Kentucky, USA from the 25th – 27th April. they have worked extremely hard this year and it is a well earned reward!
The John Warner School offers students from all backgrounds and abilities the opportunity to be part of the JWS Robotics team. The Team has built a reputation over 8 years as being at the fore front of UK School robotics having created robotic solutions on a number of platforms to … Continue reading
After a long season playing Starstruck I am pleased to announce that two of our five Control Freak teams have qualified for a place at the VEX World Championship held in Kentucky. The event runs from the 19th April to the 22nd April and will have over 800 teams competing … Continue reading
The UK National Championship take place on 16th to 18th March. All 5 Team Control Freaks have managed to qualify throughout the season so we are hoping for a strong showing! Here is how we did in each of the regionals we attended: KHVIII – 3116B Tournament … Continue reading
The team is pleased to announce that, having won the excellence award at the recent Highgate regional, team 3116A will be travelling to Kentucky USA to take part in the VEX world Championship! the team will be travelling out on the 17th April and returning on the 24th April. If … Continue reading
The VEX EDR World competition game will be revealed at 5:30pm Eastern Time on Friday 22nd April! This is around 10:30pm UK time. The reveal will be for the VEX IQ system as well as VEX EDR and any new products that VEX may be releasing this year. The new … Continue reading
Team 3316B were involved in a stunning comeback at this year’s UK VEX National finals. This year’s UK VEX National finals took place at the NEC in Birmingham from the 17th – 19th March. 3116 had four teams representing them in the form of 3116, 3116A, 3116B and 3116Z. The … Continue reading
Welcome to the new VEX game for the 2015/2016 season. we look forward to seeing you all in competition!
What a great day! On 17th June at the invitation of local Rotary Clubs of Amwell, Hertford, Hertford Shires and Ware, led by Hoddesdon, ten local schools brought 109 pupils in 28 teams to Broxbourne Civic Hall. The aim was to tackle a Technical Challenge set only on the day. … Continue reading