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Education Initiatives

Stay one step ahead of the robots and thrive in an automated future with our STEM education projects.

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Collaborating to enhance our STEM impact

The future of work is changing, with coding and robotics playing a major role in future occupations. And it’s happening quicker than you might think. Picture this: 75% of the world’s fastest growing jobs will soon require STEM skills and knowledge.

At Scitech, we want every Western Australian to be able to do the maths, model the research, design the next solution and work that data to spot a looming trend. And by delivering hundreds of innovative STEM education initiatives, we’re playing a key role in getting students ready for what the future holds.

Beijing Bound

Year 10 students get the chance to undertake original scientific research – with mentorship from Rio Tinto science graduates.

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Scitech statewide presenters posing with Chinese students for Beijing Bound program

Chevron Pilbara Teacher Support

Increase your STEM confidence, enjoyment and teaching capabilities with a professional development program as unique as the Pilbara itself.

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STEM Learning Project

For schools across WA taking a Problem Based Learning approach, we are here to deliver innovative STEM teaching resources.

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Two hands holding pens drawing out STEM learning diagrams.

Primary Science Lab Teacher Support Program

Offering hands-on sessions for teachers who want to upskill their STEM knowledge and set up their own science labs.

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Scitech’s Gifted and Talented Program

Got students who are passionate about science? We’d love to invite them to join our community of like-minded young people.

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Three students looking at a laptop engagingly from the Scitech Gifted and Talented program.

Schools Weather Wall

A chance for students to submit important weather data, which will then feature on their local GWN7 TV weather report. Fame at last!

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Young girl taking temperature readings and showing the recordings on paper.

RoboCup Junior WA

Every year students build and code their own robots before challenging other schools in an epic series of competitive events.

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Child wearing unicorn beanie playing with robotics toy in a workshop at Scitech.

Woodside Scitech Science Awards

These annual Science Awards recognise and reward the top graduating science students of the year. A huge achievement for everyone nominated.

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Young female teenage accepting a Woodside sponsored Scitech Science award.

Alcoa Maths Enrichment Program

If you’re an educator who could benefit from increased confidence in teaching maths, then this is the program for you.

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Scitech Schools Access Program

Inspiring the next wave of engineers, biologists, or computer scientists - this program is a great vehicle for doing just that.

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Engaging Western Australians in STEM

A star, two and half times larger than our Sun, has been caught *speeding* through the galaxy at 1,755km per second… https://t.co/GNQzWPMEVc