Our school is preparing students for the future

It’s estimated that in the next decade 75% of jobs created will require skills in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). 


Our students complete hands on Science experiments and use technologies such as the 3D printer to create models and replicas such as human body organs to extend their understanding of Science concepts. 


Our students use a range of technologies in the classroom such as ipads, laptops and desktop PCs.  In our new STEM centre students participate in activities involving movie making, 3D printing and robotics. 


Our students use robotics to explore and understand engineering concepts and computer coding instructional programs. 


Our students use technologies to investigate mathematical concepts and problems and complete computer coding activities.