First Lego League (FLL) Host Resources
Are you ready for this to happen at your school?
With team registrations continuing to increase, 2019 now sees six Regional Tournaments (qualifying comps) hosted by St Stephen’s School Carramar, Comet Bay College, Armadale SHS, Hampton SHS, Wongan Hills Civic Centre (led by the Inland Lighthouse Network of schools in the Wheatbelt) and Gooseberry Hill Primary School, supported by the Bendigo Bank.
In a new twist for 2019, Curtin University will now be hosting one of four National District Finals (Perth, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane) with the champion at Curtin winning the right to progress to the finals in the US in April 2020.
2020 will no doubt bring another new group of rookie teams keen to participate in this amazing STEM project, and with that we are always interested in assisting schools to host their own FLL Regional Tournaments.
Hosting an FLL Regional Tournament is a great opportunity to support your local network of schools, you local community and also to demonstrate your schools commitment to great STEM learning initiatives.
Below are a number of resources to help make an FLL Regional Tournament happen.
FLL Regional Tournament Resources
|Thu 4 July||click here to register for the 4th of July's Networking and Knowledge Sharing Evening|
|August||Field Setup Kits begin to arrive|
|Sat 31 August||FLL 2019 Hackathon|
|Tues 1 October||FLL Referee Training|
|Thur 16 October||FLL Judge Training|
|Mon 25 November||Wongan Hills Regional at Wongan Hills Civic Centre|
|Wed 27 November||Gooseberry Hill Regional at Gooseberry Hill Primary School|
|Sat 30 November||Carramar Regional at St Stephen's School|
|Sun 1 December||Armadale REgional at Armadale SHS|
|Sat 7 December||Morley Regional at Hampton SHS|
|Sun 8 December||Secret Harbour Regional at Comet Bay College|
|Sat 14 December||WA National District Finals at Curtin University|
For further enquiries contact:
STEM Outreach Coordinator