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A talented group of children from Pelton Community Primary school have secured a place in the world robotics championships held in Dallas, Texas this May.

The ‘Pelton Piranhas’ team, made up of seven year 5 & 6 members, placed second in the National Championships at the start of March this year that earned them their place in the worlds.

Tasked with building a clawbot to play the game ‘Slapshot’ the group worked after school to practice advanced coding, bot driving and overall team management.

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