A versatile facility that supports STEM learning programs
The school’s current STEM curriculum has a major focus on mathematics, and a highly successful vegetable garden plot which is cultivated and harvested by the students. The new STEM facility benefits these existing educational programs by providing access to additional resources and flexible learning spaces that support current student learning. In addition, the new flexible learning spaces and additional resources will enable teaching staff to expand learning programs into the fields of science, technology and engineering to complement the current focus on mathematics.
Madison Park Primary School, SA.
Daniel Schumann (Energy Architecture)