Primary teachers and principals will gather at the Microsoft Innovation Centre in Adelaide this Tuesday for a special graduation ceremony as part of the first Digital Transformation Project.
The first of September not only marked the start of spring, but also welcomed an important milestone for Thorndon Park Primary School’s STEM Works project.
Students at Brompton Primary School will be the first to benefit from the state government’s $250 million investment in upgrading science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) facilities
The first of 139 STEM Works redevelopments has been completed at Brompton Primary School.
The $1 million project will be officially opened by Premier Weatherill on July 3 2017.
The state government has teamed up with Microsoft Australia to deliver a program enhancing the education of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education in 10 South Australian
Work has started on the first of 139 schools as part of the $250 million STEM Works program.
The final round of schools have begun planning for their science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) facility upgrades.
The $250 million upgrade to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) facilities in the state’s public schools is officially underway, with works beginning on the first 52 projects in
STEM Works team
Phone: 8226 6559
Email: DECD.STEMWorks [at] sa.gov.au