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Our mission is to ignite
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In conceiving Marty the Robot, Dr Alexander (Sandy) Enoch’s objective was to create a real, human-like robot that his niece could use to make learning the basics of coding more like child’s play and less like hard work.

Putting his inventor skills to use, Sandy designed and built a walking, dancing, eyebrow-wiggling robot that got his niece’s seal of approval. Since then, Robotical has sold over 7,000 robots that can be found in over 65 countries around the world, moving and grooving to Scratch and Python.

Our mission is to make STEM engaging and accessible for all.

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RESELLERS

At Robotical, we work with key distribution partners around the world who are experienced in advising and equipping educational establishments.
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Lesson plans

Our hands-on, comprehensive lesson plans span a range of levels. Browse our free STEM and coding learning resources.
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User Guides

Head over to our Knowledge Base to get ‘how to’ guides, articles and FAQs on how to get the best out of your Marty.
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News

All the latest on upcoming events, STEM insights, classroom tips and more!

IDENTIFY YOUR MARTY

Whether you have one of our original Marty the Robots or Marty V2, use our Quick Start Guide to get your Marty going straight out of the box.

Not sure which Marty you have? Click here to identify your Marty.

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EDUCATIONAL TOOLS

More than just a tool to teach coding, Marty increases STEM engagement and critical thinking in the classroom. Browse our selection to find the perfect solution for your students.

ROBOTICAL PARTNER HUB

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TRY MARTY
FOR FREE

Are you looking for new STEM resources for your classroom? Robotical is loaning Marty the Robot to schools for no-obligation, two-week trials.