Early Learning Programme - Fun with a Robot Car


Introducing a new system for early learning that teaches STEM, robotics and 'sequential thinking' - a great start to computer coding.

With the Classroom Pack for Early Learning, teachers work with the children to use the fun and colourful CRAYON app to program Altino the Robot Car to:

  • Move a robot
  • Steer a robot
  • Display shaped on the LED dot matrix
  • Flash a robot's many lights
  • Make a robot play music

  • Children have the chance to learn about the robot car and its functions. For example, programming the robot car to drive through a maze, while flashing its lights.

    Saeon Australia is proud to be working with the teachers at Rainbow St Early Learning Centre at Randwick - local business award finalist - in developing the Programme.

    Lessons are mapped to the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and use early learning principles of play-based, clear objectives, hands-on, interactive, problem solving and multi-sensory elements.

    Request the Early Learning Proposal below. See the video above for details.

    Saeon Australia is a registered provider of the NSW Government Creative Kids Voucher programme.


    • St Johns Park Public School

      I have never seen kids so excited to learn.
      Alex, 6th grade teacher

    • Queensland Department of Education

      The officers in the STEM team who reviewed the devices spoke favourably about its use in supporting students to develop programming skills. I also commend the comprehensive mapping of the teaching material to the Australian Curriculum which is highly valued by teachers.
      Terry Gallagher, Director Curriculum, Teaching and Learning, State Schools - Performance

    • UniSA Connect, University of South Australia

      The Altino Education system is an excellent application of challenging but age appropriate programming for schools which can act as a catalyst for complex computational thinking.
      Associate Professor Simon Leonard, Associate Professor: STEM Education

    • Government of Hawaii, USA

      Altino has been incorporated into the City of Daejon's school curriculum. As a result, Daejon has become the top coding district in the entire country. These classes are part of a statewide effort to reform the educational system and create a technologically skilled student body. These efforts are greatly appreciated and will prepare our keiki (children) for the future.

    • Our Lady Star of the Sea Primary School, Terrigal

      Altino the Coding Robot takes coding to levels far beyond those previously available in primary schools. The coding includese programming an artificial intelligence aspect to the robots, so they can work autonomously ... I am certain it will be a wonderful springboard for our students and staff, as the Digital Literacy and STEM Curriculum hits all NSW schools.
      Rob Peers, Principal (former)

    • Saeon Australia

      Altino the Coding Robot gives students immediate, consistent feedback about the real world because Altino is a real-life object. With the Code with Altino Programme, this immediately improves their trial and error practices, problem solving and coding skills and how they can apply their new skills to real life.
      Tonie Amos, Director Programme Development