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.

Churchlands Primary School Digital Learning

To help communicate the rationale behind our ‘learning with technology’ strategies, we are publishing a series of communications that unpack what we are achieving as a school and in the classroom. For information on the rationale behind the strategies, please visit...

SAVE THE DATE!!! ThinkYouKnow Cybersafety Parent Session

SAVE THE DATE!!! ThinkYouKnow Cybersafety Parent Session ThinkUKnow Australia is a cyber safety education program that educates parents, carers and teachers about how people are using technology, the challenges they may face online, and how to help them overcome these...

Codo Dojo Semester 2

Coder Dojo will be returning in Semester 2 2019. We are looking for Year 3 - 6 students who have an interest in developing their computer coding and computational thinking skills. Sessions will be held on Monday’s between 3.15 and 4.15pm. As there are limited places...

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 child is interested in further developing their coding skills, or want to have  go for the first time, please download the form below, complete it, and return it to front office by Friday, week 4 (1/3). Codo Dojo...

Safer Internet Day

Yesterday Churchlands Primary School participated in WA's Safer Internet Day. We joined over 70 other schools from around the state to learn and discuss about how to actively better citizens when online. The session run by focused on how we...

CPS BYOD iPad Introduction Session

  Please access the recording of our "Introduction to the CPS BYOD iPad Program". The session covers the why and how CPS is running its BYOD iPad program, as well as some tips to help you get your child ready and prepared. Please find links to documentation discussed...

2018 STEAM Expo – Parent Feedback

Although the 2018 Science week / STEAM Expo was highly successful, teachers at CPS are constantly looking for ways to improve our student's learning. To help create an even stronger student learning experience and strengthen community involvement in future expos,...

2018 CPS STEAM Expo / Science Week

The 2018 Science week / STEAM Expo was a resounding success! The students had a most wonderful, engaging and exciting week, topping it off on Friday with some awesome STEAM profession related dress-ups, engaging  expert presenters and our annual expo. Both student...

ThinkUKnow Cyber Safety Presentation

Our school be hosting a ThinkUKnow presentation on 22 August 2018, 6.30 – 8pm. All parents and carergivers are encouraged to attend. ThinkUKnow Australia is a cyber safety education program that educates parents, carers and teachers about how people are using...

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.