​​​STEM education overview

STEM education refers collectively to the teaching of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics disciplines. 

Why STEM education is important 

stem2.jpgSTEM education enables students to develop solutions to complex problems and provides them with the knowledge, understanding, skills and capabilities that will help them succeed in a world of technological change. As future innovators, educators, researchers and leaders, it is important that students develop the skills required to compete on a global scale. 


How STEM education benefits students 

STEM education benefits students by providing them with:

  • a deeper understanding of the STEM disciplines 

  • skills to be competitive in the workplace 

  • 21st century skills such as collaboration, critical thinking, creativity and problem-solving 

  • STEM literacy for everyday use. 

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STEM classes are so busy with so much planning, designing, prototyping and testing.
Year 1's and Year 2's created animal feeders to provide food for the huge range of wildlife here, while the Year 6 students worked
on building and testing bridge designs.
Our STEMNASIUM is such a hive of activity and learning and it is BY FAR one of our students’ favourite time of the week!

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