About The Robotics Club

Cambourne Electronics and
Robotics Club (CERC)

provides children aged 7 to 14 years a structured and enjoyable experience of working with electronics, robotics and computational languages to help nurture their understanding of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM).

Regular Sessions

The sessions run every alternate Sundays in Old Blue School from 2 pm to 4.30pm in two batches.

CERC Mission

Innovating Solutions
Digital Mindset

The Club aims to provide students with a platform and resources to gain practical skills and realise projects that are innovative.
We strive to mentor and help youths to acquire new skills in an era of rapidly evolving technology.
The mission of the club is to expose youths to challenges and new technologies and thus to nurture and develop their skill set in this arena.
From Screen-Time to Creativity Time – the emphasis is on experimenting and “learning by making” to empower youths to become collaborative, critical and creative thinkers.
Mission statement: Developing tomorrows innovators.

Why Engineering

Best Path As Per Your Choice

digital e-literacy

essential for students of all backgrounds

algorithm/ program

how things around us work

mentoring in Engineering

foundational for any jobs

Job growth

outpacing the student growth

The involvement of more girls in engineering
will boost the GDP by 10%.

Our Recognition

Few Steps and More to Go On


CERC mission is in the right direction for the advancement of education for the public benefit.


South Cambridgeshire District Council (SCDC) recognised the efforts and awarded the club a grant to build up on the existing equipment – laptop, projector, kits, etc.


Cambourne Parish Council has permitted to use the Old Blue School for CERC sessions at a very nominal cost.


SCDC awarded CERC the Outstanding Youth Initiative Award.

Structural Thinking

Our Aim
For Growth


Participate in National and International events.


Ambassador for STEM in school, within the community and at the national level.


Online link-up with national and international clubs to exchange ideas and interact.


Create repositories for the digitally deprived regions – national and international.

Exclusive Mentor

Meet Our Experienced Mentor

Dr. Sujit Bhattacharya

EdTech Specialist

Meet the Mentor

Dr. Sujit Bhattacharya, a passionate educator, is the co-founder of the CERC along with his wife Cllr. Dr. Shrobona Bhattacharya and has been the mentor since the inception of the club. He is an active STEM ambassador, academician, entrepreneur and open source advocator with a mission to inspire the next generation of innovators.

Developing tomorrow's innovators