The Educational Settings section of this website provides advice and support to teachers and educators who wish to deliver their own K'NEX and Kid K'NEX sessions, in a wide range of educational settings.
Some educational organisations, however, prefer to:
a) visit a centre that can provide K'NEX sessions to their students, or
b) schedule a visit from an experienced K'NEX professional to deliver K'NEX sessions to their students in their own premises, or
c) schedule an experienced K'NEX professional to deliver K'NEX sessions to their students via Zoom (or similar) .
The K'NEX User Group maintains the list below of K'NEX Session providers, who can assist you if this is your preferred approach.
K'NEX Session providers
The individuals and organisations below have advised us that they are able to deliver K'NEX sessions to children and/or adults, at their own premises, or by visiting your premises, or via Zoom.
Please email us if you would like us to add your own name to this list.
Andy Shercliff runs the K'NEX User Group. He also delivers K'NEX training workshops via Zoom, specialising in engineering and in family learning.
KNEXT Generation is a K'NEX Training Consultant based in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. K'NEXT Generation provides K'NEX workshops in all educational settings throughout Scotland. While in-school workshops are temporarily on hold, a free KNEX Lockdown Challenge and free Lockdown Lessons are available from K'NEXT Generations website.
The XLWales Invention and Discovery Roadshow delivers K'NEX sessions to primary schools and community groups in South and West Wales.
K*bots is a fun, educational concept which makes use of K'NEX building materials to teach young students, aged 7-16 years old, the basics of mechanical physics. K*bots events and workshops have been running in America for many years and include the K*bot World Championships in Las Vegas which annually receive around 450-500 competing students. Click on K*bots UK on the website to find out the latest news on K*bots events in the UK.
The Imperial War Museum at Duxford near Cambridge puts K'NEX to good use in its technology teaching programme. Students build large-scale hangar models during the 'Structures' day, one of a range of sessions for schools.
The Oxford Trust offer training to people who want to use K'NEX for science workshops, and have a kit loan service for people in Oxfordshire who would like to run educational K'NEX sessions for schools or family learning. They also deliver a variety of challenges using K'NEX to schools and other organisations in Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes as well as often having K'NEX based activities in their Hands-On science gallery.