VISIT BY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLS PLUS 11 JULY 2019

Welcome to SST

On 11 July 2019, SST hosted educators from Australian Schools Plus. They were given a brief introduction to the school and brought on a tour of the facilities.

 

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S/N Salutation Name Designation School
1 Ms Alison Rourke Principal Fairy Meadow Demonstration School
2 Ms Ashley Stewart Head of Mathematics Newton Moore Senior High School
3 Ms Chantel Mirzai Deputy Principal Instructional Leader Auburn North Public School
4 Ms Denise Lofts Principal Ulladulla High School
5 Ms Erica Prosser Principal Holy Spirit College
6 Ms Jessica Colleu Terradas Special Ed Teacher & Lvl 3 Classroom
Teacher
Como Secondary College
7 Mr John Townley Teacher Digital Technologies and
STEM
Cecil Andrews College
8 Ms Lorraine Evans Principal Malak Primary School
9 Mr Michael Smith Deputy Principal Marsden State High School
10 Ms Monica St Baker Principal Hanwood Public School
11 Ms Sarah Chapman Head of Science Department Townsville State High School
12 Ms Sasha Mildenhall Assistant Principal Taylors Lakes Secondary College
13 Ms Rosemary Conn CEO Australian Schools Plus
14 Mr Rob Nairn Fellowship Lead Australian Schools Plus
15 Ms Kylie MacFarlane General Manager, Corporate
Responsibility
Commonwealth Bank Australia
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13 thoughts on “VISIT BY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLS PLUS 11 JULY 2019

  1. The says:

    Thank you for making the time to show us your fabulous facilities today. SST is a clear example of he future of S and T education and the workforce of the future focused applications.

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  2. Ashley Stewart says:

    Thank you so much for showing us your school. I was so pleased to speak with students about their work and help develop insights in gaining more female participation at the school.

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  3. Sarah Chapman says:

    WOW!!!! What a powerful place that exemplifies science and technology possibility for students. I absolutely loved visiting the school. I am keen to collaborate in the future and work with the school around engaging more girls into STEM. Here is my report: http://bit.ly/FutureOfSTEM THANK YOU!!!

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  4. Michael Smith says:

    Some really wonderful and innovative spaces that are so simple yet so complex. It is genuinely reflective of making the best use possible of the space in the classrooms.

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  5. Chantel Mirzai says:

    Thank you so much for this inspirational visit. I have so many take-aways as a primary school educator from Sydney, Australia. It was wonderful to see the way in which your approach to applied learning is particularly connected to the community, and that every project has a purpose. I also appreciated the opportunity to observe high-levels of engagement during classroom observations. Congratulations on developing such an inspiring and innovative school learning community.

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  6. Sasha Mildenhall says:

    So thankful for the time we have had today and the opportunity to grow our ideas and share SSTs learning journey. I leave with many ideas to further develop our schools next steps in cross curricular project based deep learning and our work from the new pedagogues for develop learning project. Thank you

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  7. Monica St Baker says:

    What an amazing experience! Thank you so much for your time and allowing us to experience SST. Your students are incredibly lucky to have a purpose built school that caters to their science and technology interests.

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  8. 王芳 says:

    I have been very impressed that while the school has a science and technology focus it is not overpowering in the way it is presented. That is to say it is refreshing to see that young people need to learn the basics before going onto more complex ideas and that they learn the complete process rather than developing without undertaking the design elements. It is also wonderful to see that the young people give back to the school both while attending and through coming back as contractors.
    Thank you for your time and efforts in sharing.

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  9. Jessica says:

    Thank you so much for hosting us today.This was truly an amazing experience. SST really maximises the potential of its students nurturing diverse interests and talents from a young age and promoting a relevant link between a learning environment and a future workplace

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  10. Alison Rourke says:

    This experience has been mind blowing! Thank you for sharing and being so open to our questions. Your school is a credit to your team and your country.
    Your students are at the centre of everything that you do, their well-being and passion for lifelong learning is evident in all learning spaces.
    Thank you!

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  11. Rob says:

    Wow! Thank you to everyone for making our visit a memorable one. It was great to hear about your journey and the milestones you have achieved. The interaction with the students highlighted the benefits of engaging students to reach their potential. The product of your school as demonstrated by your alumni student highlighted yor significant achievements as a school. Congratulations to everyone involved.

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  12. John Townley says:

    Thank you most sincerely for giving, so generously, your time and excellent insight into SST and it’s place in the Singaporean Education system. Your Robotics programs clearly excite interest, passion and STEM learning aspiration among students and staff. Congratulations.

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