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We are excited to bring you an exciting new activity for budding engineers, inventors, creators and Lego buffs!


Lego Sense is an innovative club for children aged 4 – 12 years old. Currently we run sessions from Umberleigh Academy on a Monday, in Bideford on a Tuesday, and Torrington on a Wednesday.

Lego Sense is a Lego building club, with an engineering and creative focus. Led by a qualified vehicle technician, and assisted by a professional artist, the sessions will encourage children to invent, explore, investigate, and discover how and why things work, with a freedom to create and learn with a sense of wonder!  


Quite simply, we build Lego! But, we build and create with purpose! We build to learn about engineering, mechanics, construction, physics, aesthetics, design, practicality, logistics, and lots more! 

We will work individually and collaboratively to explore deconstruction, writing and drawing instructions, branding our creations, cataloguing inventions, annotating designs, and planning and organising ideas. 


We start with welcoming everyone to the club, before embarking on a 10 minute challenge to get our hands building and our brains in gear! Examples of these challenges are to build a solid bridge using only 20 bricks, or to replace the Eifle tower using as many colours as possible 

Next we will move on to our creative or engineering project; which will include making a functioning zip-wire, a moving car, a tree house, or herd of animals! This project may be individual or in groups, and will include all STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, maths) elements, supporting their education in these areas.  

After this we will explore our non-building skills, which include technical drawing, instructional and creative writing, designing, photography, and project planning. 

When time allows we will end the session with some free building – where our engineers can use their skills to create whatever they want, enjoy time with their friends, and explore their own interests with any guidance they may want! 


Nick is leading Lego Sense.  Nick is a qualified vehicle technician with the VW group and he has endless experience with mechanics, engineering and innovation. He is also a massive Lego buff and has a creative streak which goes beyond his technical experience! 

Nick is DBS checked, and is trained in safeguarding, and in planning and delivering STEM activities. Nick is also a Dad of two, and has years of experience of working with children. 

Katherine will assist Nick. She is an artist and photographer – and Mum of  two –  She also has many years experience in education; working in a variety of settings including preschools and SEN schools , as well as being a hands-on parent. She is passionate about art and creativity, and was featured in the Early Childhood Educators conference in the USA.

Katherine is DBS checked, and has training in first aid, food hygiene, and safeguarding. Additionally she has training in autism awareness, Team Teach, Teacch, PECS, Makaton sign language, and conductive education. .

We now have an online booking and payment system. Please follow the link below to book and pay for the sessions, and select the amount of spaces you would like. 

Once you have booked and paid your place is secure. If you encounter any problems, please get in touch via our contact tab, or on facebook.

Please note our cancellation policy applies to all Lego Sense bookings. You can find our policies in the terms and conditions page.

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