Children from schools across Kent have been competing in a robot-building contest at the University of Kent. Their task was to construct a robot and use a computer program to make it do a series of tasks, under the watchful eye of a judging panel.
David Johns went along to watch the action. He spoke to University lecturer Fred Barnes and judge Gaby Roch.
For many of us it would be a dream job - building Lego all day long - and that's exactly what one lucky girl from Oxford will be doing. 11-year-old Hannah Kirkham is now the first ever 'Junior Model Maker' at Legoland near Windsor. Richard Slee has been to meet her.
In this video, Zoe Cartell from the Legoland Windsor Resort explains that the 32m high tower of Lego not only broke a world record - but was also built to mark this summer's Olympic games. On top of the structure are nine mini figures - all dressed as Olympic sportsmen.