TRINITY College has a strong culture of nurturing and developing young men and is continually looking to evolve its learning environment to cater for the different ways in which boys learn.
This year, the college is putting a big focus on Stem (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) learning in the Junior School.
Maths and coding teacher Paul Presser said he believed Stem education was necessary for all students.
“Educating students in Stem subjects prepares them for life, regardless of the profession they choose to follow,” he said.
“These subjects teach students how to think critically and how to solve problems – skills that can be used throughout life.”
In the recently opened Stem Learning Zone, students develop skills needed for the 21st century in a focused, specifically designed space, complete with a coding classroom, maker space, media green wall, laboratory facilities and a variety of new technologies, including robotics, virtual reality and video conferencing.
For more information, call 9223 8121.