Schools want to compente in Robotics and Programming. However, they treat Robotics as a second-class subject, with a much lower requirement than other “first-class” subjects like Mathematics, Language or Foreign languages. One of the reasons is the lack of measurement of the skills acquired by children. Without measurement a school can “play with robots” instead of teaching Programming, or break the official curriculum and nothing happens. The other reason is that teachers usually do not know how to program and schools often do not help them, perhaps a workshop, some manuals and robots. Few teachers feel safe. There is a need to provide them with a different kind of help.