Lego figure

Available in Harrow libraries

Cultural Community Solutions on behalf of Harrow Council are working in partnership with LEGO Education to bring LEGO to our libraries.
We have new, exciting LEGO resources such as StoryStarter, MoreToMaths, WeDo, and Machines and Mechanisms for ages 8+.

LEGO Workshop

LEGO ClubThe LEGO workshops will be held weekly in 3 Harrow libraries at 4.30 to 6.00pm and are for children aged 8 – 12 years. Each LEGO Workshop is 3 sessions.  To book your place visit the library where the club is being held before the date of the workshop you wish to attend.

Gayton Library   Wednesdays 4.30 - 6.00pm

Pinner Library   Thursdays 4.30 - 6.00pm

Admission: Payment for your booking to be made at your local library
£7.50 library members
£12.00 non-library members

Joining the library is FREE!  If you are not yet a library member you can still book a place; just bring proof of ID to the library and we can sign you up!


Using the building plates, bricks and special elements, children can create their story a scene at a time, bringing their ideas to life. Once completed, they then use the StoryVisualizer Software to write their story in a variety of visual styles and import the images of the scenes they have made.


LEGO® Education WeDo is a fantastic, simple-to-use tool that enables children to learn, construct and then bring their models to life.
WeDo helps teach how technology plays an active role in everyday life and is an ideal product for teaching across different subjects at primary levels such as Computing, Science, Social Studies, Language, Technology and Engineering.
LEGO® Education WeDo brings models and creations to life with LEGO® bricks and elements, plus a range of sensors and components that are easy for children to use.

The WeDo Construction Set features a selection of bricks and elements that children can use to create 12 different models. These include:

  • Carefully selected, brightly coloured bricks.
  • Gears, axles and pulleys to bring motion to models.
  • Special elements, such as rope and elastic bands that increase the diversified range of models children can build.
  • Two minifigures, Max and Mia

Charges per session: £2.50 for library members / £4.00 non members
To book your place contact your library.
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LEGO EducationLEGO® Education StoryStarter is the helping hand that kick-starts pupils’ creativity and boosts their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills at Key Stages 1 and 2.

Pupils work together to create and build stories with LEGO bricks and figures, then use the unique StoryVisualizer Software to visualise, write and communicate their work.

StoryStarter is a hands-on tool that also inspires students to collaborate while creating and communicating their stories. It is an innovative way of teaching a wide range of essential skills, including:

  • Literacy skills, improving writing, language, and reading abilities.
  • Communication skills, including speaking, listening, and presentation capabilities.
  • Collaboration skills and pupils’ ability to work in teams.
  • Comprehension skills and enabling pupils to compose new stories or analyze existing ones.
  • Integrating the use of digital tools via the unique StoryVisualizer Software.







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