We aim to
- prepare students with the skills of the future workforce
- expose and align students with industries predicted to experience strong economic and employment growth in the future
- facilitate industry-based STEM* learning experiences for secondary students which foster discovery and encourage curiosity
- cultivate design thinking and collaboration
- encourage critical and creative thinking, communication and use of technology
*"STEM education is a term used to refer collectively to the teaching of the disciplines within its umbrella – science, technology, engineering and mathematics – a cross-disciplinary approach to teaching that increases student interest in STEM related fields and improves students' problem-solving and critical-analysis skills" (Education Council 2015).