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08 Mar 2016
On Tuesday 8 March, a group of Year 9 and 10 students attended the Women in Science Symposium as part of International Women’s Day. The Australian National Maritime Museum, in partnership with the University of New South Wales (UNSW) hosted the symposium that encouraged students to see the possibilities for careers in science. A range of speakers discussed marine science, climate, ecology and innovation during the morning session and students enjoyed an exclusive tour of the conservation lab, found out about internships, mentoring pathways and competitions for science in the afternoon.
This week, Dr Thompson’s Year 9 STEM class had a chance to fly their own custom designed drones, after using 3D printers to develop and perfect their prototypes.
Our Year 6 students were bursting with energy and excitement this week as they programmed robots and created interactive games based on Louis Sachar’s book, Holes!
Wenona enjoyed an incredible day of interdisciplinary learning on Thursday, with students using their ‘big picture thinking’ to make the most of STEM Day 2019.