- Arts & Humanities
- Business & Economics
- Critical & Creative Thinking
- Personal & Social
Technical and Personal Skills
Each term will have a different tech & skill focus while
developing personal capabilities.
The Girls in STEM program is centred around “you can’t be what you can’t see” and provides young women with access to mentors, experiences and skill development in a focused and supported environment for two days per term across the year.
Utililising the Design Thinking model, the program is linked to local industry and presents students with opportunities to engage with:
- STEM related industries (site visits)
- Skill development with industry
- Real world problem solving
- Study and career pathways
- Networking and connections
The learning that occurs, career pathways mapped and the networks made across schools over the 8 days is supplemented by industry knowledge and mentors. Schools can nominate girls and gender diverse students in Years 8 & 9 with an interest in STEM based subjects who would benefit from deeper learning and engagement with like minded students from other schools, exploring STEM opportunities together.