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A nerd who likes problem solving
Small, feisty, curly, energetic, and annoying. I love mechanical engineering and dirt bikes!
I am focusing on the humanitarian aid project with Dora. Watch out world here we come.
They call me Jack. I like helping others and getting involved in everything.
They say i am small and could ride on one our robots..
Drone Destroyer Doran
I love building and programming the robots. It is too much fun!
Ben the Penguin
I love working with Meccanoid and love being part of this amazing group.
Co the Engineer
I like building and helping teach Vex to year 7 students.
Fern the Ferocious
I love playing with Lego and programming the robots to do the challenges
I build robots ;)
Little Chick 2.0
I like English and like to challenge myself. i am working currently on the Vex competition and this one! It is too exciting!
My name is Adam. I like buses and I have my own bus. I like building things (especially VEX robots). I like engineering.
I like building the vex robots and driving it. I can be impatient and shout at people. I also play rugby every Thursday.
The Salty Potato
I like to drive vex robots even though I am really bad :/ I can be annoying and loud. I Love to draw and eat chicken nuggets.
I am a programmer on the team.
Mia the Manic
Hi, i'm Mia! I really like engineering and working with people in the group. However, most importantly, I LOVE FOOD!
Dora The Destroyer
I am a nerdy kid obsessed with all things STEM and a professional vegetarian :-)
loves programming and chemistry. Also loves eating pasta and biscuits.
Liv the Dream
I love to help other reach their full potential. Also, I can help you with everything you need (almost!!!)
Robbie the ginger
I like to try to solve puzzles, especially in engineering
I like programming.
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