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Moulton Chapel Primary School heading to national finals after winning Peterborough robotic competition



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Young engineers will be going on to compete in a national final after winning a robotic competition.
Moulton Chapel Primary School was among 12 schools which took part in the First Lego League “Cargo Connect” Challenge.
Pupils had to design, build and programme a robot to complete as many of tasks as they could in 2.5 minutes. Moulton Chapel left the Caterpillar Business Park in Peterborough victorious and will be competing in the UK National Finals in Harrogate in February.

Moulton Chapel Primary School pupils celebrate their success (53981731)
Moulton Chapel Primary School pupils celebrate their success (53981731)

Headteacher Lisa Sexton said: “We are looking forward to competing in the final in Harrogate. This is the third time in the past five years that we have reached the National Final of First Lego League competition.

"We are so proud of the children and hopefully we will do just as well in the final as we did at Peterborough.”



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