Skills for Future Jobs - Listen to 5AA radio host Alan Hickey discuss the skills needed by students for future jobs in an interview with Susan Cameron (Executive Director Learning Improvement DECD), Thierry Herman (Manager ATP - Le Fevre High School), Eddie Grzeskowiak (Maritime Program Leader – Le Fevre High School) and student Deklan Soeroes (Le Fevre High School)
Le Fevre High School - Mr Thierry Herman Winner of the 2017 STEM Educator of the Year - School Teaching Award
Hallett Cove School Shows STEM Leadership -Hallett Cove School is one of many schools in the South doing fantastic work in science, technology, engineering, and maths. There were so many creative presentations displayed at HCS that students have put together during STEM week. It is so important to get our young people interested in STEM, and it was great to see hundreds of students enthusiastic about it today
Coding School - An Aussie school is making a name for itself in the app world. Students from Aberfoyle Park High School have been designing and developing their own apps. Their school's even become the first in the country to be registered as a developer under its own name. (Behind the News 2017)
When the Student Became the Master - Brighton Secondary School adopted the nationwide Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) competition known as the F1 in Schools STEM Challenge back in 2005. The instigator was a teacher by the name of Stephen Read.
Re-Engineering Australia Foundation Ltd (REA) web site - April 2017
Smoother waters to jobs - Mount Carmel College is designing a more advanced engineering course to allow its students an easier voyage into the ship building industry.
Portside Messenger 5 April 2017
On course for success - School leavers on the Le Fevre Peninsula will soon be able to take advantage of a new shipbuilding school to open in 2018.