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The Governor’s School STEM Awards (the Awards) were established in 2015 to recognise the support and commitment of school principals and leadership teams in developing their schools' science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education programs. In doing so, the Awards aim to raise awareness of the importance of STEM education among school leadership, and incentivise them to support their teachers in undertaking STEM initiatives.
The Awards identify high-quality outcomes and approaches in STEM subjects as well as in the way STEM teaching is integrated across learning areas.
Congratulations to all participating schools and thanks to The Honourable Kim Beazley AC, Governor of Western Australia, for championing this initiative celebrating school achievements in STEM.
2018 Applications have now closed
For each of the primary and secondary categories, judging panels will select a shortlist of finalist schools to be announced in September, and then a winner and runner-up school to be announced by the Governor at a presentation ceremony at Government House in November 2018.
Other useful information
Examples and information about approaches to STEM being implemented in other WA schools can be found at the following links:
• 2017 winners and finalists
• 2016 winners and finalists
• 2015 winners and finalists, as well as their STEM philosophies
• The TDS STEM Innovation Partnerships videos on the Department of Education’s YouTube channel, including:
• Pannawonica Primary School;
• Margaret River Primary School; and
• Esperance Primary School.
For more information about the Governor's School STEM Awards please contact email@example.com or telephone +61 8 9215 0847.