Then they presented Phillipa with the first tests of her idea. She managed to see her drawing slowly coming to life and input on the next steps. And the team got an excellent opportunity for customer review.
Finally, the team had a practical activity for the group – working on an easier version of Philippa’s RLBS: an LED that would light up based on how much a sensor was pressed. It took a lot of teamwork for the pupils to build their own circuit and program their own code, but in the end some children managed to light up their LEDs.