A versatile facility that supports STEM learning programs
The primary objective for the Madison Park Primary School STEM works project was to provide the school with a versatile facility that supports their current and desired STEM learning programs. The school currently have a number of existing STEM focussed learning programs in place, including a mentorship program for junior primary and involvement with the 3D Print Project and Makers Empire.
The school’s current STEM curriculum has a major focus on technology and biology. As a result, to support a highly successful vegetable garden plot which is cultivated and harvested by the students a new plant propagation centre was included in the design. The new STEM facility was required to accommodate a new robotics lab, video editing suite, resource centre and multi use indoor-outdoor space. The highly successful new flexible learning spaces and additional resources are enabling teaching staff to expand learning programs into the fields of science, technology, engineering and maths preparing their students for the future.
Madison Park Primary School, SA