Design & Technologies

with STEAM
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Design & Technology and STEAM

With the fast approaching inclusion of the Digital Technologies curriculum in 2018, as well as a strong national focus on producing students with appropriate skills to fulfill current and future jobs, in 2017, Churchlands Primary school introduced its own STEAM program to meet these important needs. Our vision includes making sure our students are well equipped with skills and knowledge that help them not only adapt to their future professional roles, but to thrive in their ever changing environment. At Churchlands Primary School we want to provide authentic opportunities for our students to learn and practice the core learning ideas behind the STEAM movement. Along with content knowledge in the  areas of Science, Mathematics and Technology, STEAM is designed to improve our student’s ability to think creatively and critically, collaborate effectively and apply design processes to solve ‘real-world’ problems efficiently and effectively.

Design & Technology and STEAM in the Classroom

Design & Technoloy and STEAM Projects

Check out past, present and future student projects in the works at Churchlands Primary School.

2021 Fluor Challenge

Congratulations to all students who took part in this year's Fluor Challenge! The brief outlined that students needed to create a tower - as high as...

RoboCup Jr

  Last Friday, 10 students from year's 5 & 6 represented the school for the very first time at the RoboCup Jr. The event is an...

2020 3/4 Robotics Competition

This term, students from Years 3 to 6 have been working hard on their coding skills in preparation for this year’s CPS Robo Showdown. This year, 5 teams made it to competition day – and the level of teamwork and technology skills on display was impressive. The...

Critical and Creative Thinking Club-Round 2

Students in Years 1-3 are invited to attend Round Two of The Critical and Creative Thinking Club. If your child like robotics and coding, this club could be for them! [pdf-embedder url=""...

Book Week Minecraft Competition 2020

To celebrate book week, all students are invited to enter the Book Week Minecraft Competition where they are challenged to create the setting of their favourite book on Minecraft. For more information see the website below....

Critical and Creative Thinking Club-Round 1-Solar Cars

Next term, students in Years 5 and 6 will be given the opportunity to use their Critical and Creative Thinking Skills in an after school club, which will be run each Thursday from 3pm- 4pm and will last for 5 weeks. Students will be working in groups and following the...

2020 Fluor Challenge

Congrats to the participants of the Fluor challenge, all the machines looked amazing! The competition was a great success and everyone had fun, even if they didn’t win. There were loads of...

Parent Crash Course in using the Screentime application – Evening workshop

Parent Crash Course in using the Screentime application - Evening workshop You are invited to our very first parent workshop which aims to teach how to use the Apple Screentime application, and app which helps manage family device usage. The “Parents Crash Course in...

Coder Dojo If your Year 3-6 child is interested in further developing their coding skills or wants to have a go for the first time, please download the form below, complete it, and return it to the front office by Friday, week 4. Codo...

Scitech Challenge

Congratulations to our Year 5 & 6 teams who represented Churchlands PS at the Scitech Challenge event for the very first time....

Design & Technology, and STEAM Resources

Infographic Downloads

For downloadable inforgraphics showing Digital Capability activities and workflows, follow the link.

Scope & Sequence by Year Level

Select a year level to see student Digital Capability outcomes delivered at Churchlands Primary School.

Student Digital Capabilities - Self Assessment Tool

Download the student sell assessment tool for each year level.

Digital Capabilities Assessment Tasks

Tasks designed to assess Chuchlands Primary School student’s proficiency in the capabilities.