Our school will have up to $1 million invested at our site to improve our science, technology, engineering, maths (STEM) facilities. We’re one of 139 schools across the state to benefit from this $250 million state government investment. Planning for these facilities will start immediately with construction to be completed before the end of 2018.
Contemporary facilities and learning approaches will help to engage our students and prepare them for jobs in a wide range of industries from health to defence and advanced manufacturing.
The STEM approach to learning will give all students the opportunity to work on challenging problem solving and projects and will engage students as powerful learners. Hands on practical activities for example coding, designing and robotics will support students to experiment, take risks, use new technologies and make and create innovative solutions to real problems.