Environment and community are key to the partnerships redefining STEM at Sydney Catholic Schools.
Georgina Cairns started the new year in a dream job where echidnas, zebra finches and bilbies are her classroom companions.
A project on a supplement that helped heal her grandfather has earned Ioanna Kalergis a coveted award.
A NSW-first university partnership helped St Clare’s College Waverley students explore science and space.
Want your Opal card to work better? These LaSalle Catholic College Bankstown students found the answer.
St Mary’s Catholic Primary School Erskineville’s gifted students produced environmentally sustainable and empathetic works for their annual ‘Newman’ showcase.
De La Salle College Ashfield students have created science projects with children from St Anne’s Catholic Primary School Strathfield South.
St Therese’s Catholic Primary School Lakemba students created and danced with specially programmed robots as part of the RoboCup Junior Australia competition.
A partnership with a Chemical Engineer has encouraged students at St Aloysius Catholic Primary School Cronulla to see Science and faith as natural companions.
Annie McKeating’s passion for science has inspired her students and seen her school’s STEM program acknowledged as one of the best in Australia.