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Bradford's classroom robot
A school in Bradford has become the first in the country to trial a robotic arm developed at Leeds University to help children with their handwriting.
Full report: Robot used to help pupils handwriting
A robotic arm being developed at Leeds University is giving students in Bradford a helping hand when it comes to writing . Adam Fowler has the story.
'Handwriting is improving' say pupils using robotic pen
Students at a primary school in Bradford have become the first in the country to trial a robotic pen that helps them with their handwriting.
The students use a stylus to play a computer game designed to improve their motor skills. If it is a success, developers plan to roll it out to schools across the country. Sharon Lambert, head teacher, Allerton Primary School in Bradford has been talking to Calendar about the trial.
Robotic arm helps pupils write
Lending a 'robotic' hand in the classroom
A school in Bradford is the first in the UK to trial a robotic arm developed at Leeds University to help children with their handwriting. The arms helps the children with their motor skills. Allerton Primary School is working with the team from the university.