A highlight of the CPS STEAM committee in 2017 included being apart of the Education Department’s TDS STEM Innovation Partnership, representing the Churchlands Network of schools with Mt Hawthorn Primary School and Woodlands Primary School. Through the program all schools shared thinking, resources and directions about effective ways to provide our students with a solid foundation of STEAM learning. Along the journey we developed a deep understanding of how STEAM could look in the CPS classroom, and formed a set of processes and resources deemed effective and relevant to producing our desired outcomes. On August the 5th, during Science Week, Churchlands Primary School were proud participants of the TDS STEM Innovation Partnership Expo. The Expo which was held at the Crown’s Ballroom, had over 60 schools from all over Western Australia showcasing their STEM journey and learning.