Murray Bridge High School

Hillbrook Anglican School

Heathfield High School

Woodcroft College

Pulteney Grammar

Scotch College

Walford Anglican School for Girls

Concordia College

Naracoorte High School

Playford International College

Aldgate Primary School

Aldgate Kindergarten

Trinity College

Heathfield Primary School

Upper Sturt Primary School

Pembroke School

Brighton Secondary School

Gymea Technology High School

Heathcote High School

Endeavour High School

Menai High School

Caringbah High School

Kirrawee High School

Sylvania High School

St. Ursula's College

Kingaroy State High School

Faith Lutheran College

Camp Hill State Infants & Primary School

Moreton Bay EEC

Flaxmill P-7 School

St Brigid's Catholic School

International Education Services

Karabar High School

Rochedale State High School

St Rita's College

Corinda State High School

St Peter's College

St Kevin's College

St Augustine's College

St John Fisher College

Temple Christian College

Balwyn High School

Downlands College

Kaniva Area School

Toowoomba Anglican College

Cherrybrook Technology High

NBSC Manly Campus

Mannum Community College

Paralowie R-12 School

Moreton Bay EEC

Bellvue Hill Public School

St Brigid's Catholic School

Great Lakes College

Chatham High School

Wingham High School

Hurstville South Public School

Southern Cross Catholic College

Mary Mackillop College

Tullawong State High School

Riverton District High School

Ambrose Treacy College

Queensland Academy for Science, Mathematics and Technology (QASMT) State School

Yeronga State High School

Brigidine College

Rocklea State School

Ipswich Grammar School

What teachers are saying

…we had our parent teacher interviews on Monday… it was amazing how many parents commented about the [S]EM, so it clearly left a lasting impact on the kids.

Ben Rerden

Senior School Head of Science, Ambrose Treacy College, Qld

Having access to the SEM was a pretty amazing experience for me as a Primary School teacher…It was a great opportunity for the students to see what scientists might be doing in labs and how they research. Once I got over the fear of doing damage to the…equipment, along with the awe of what we were exploring…. we were all able to become pretty adept. It ended up being a great collaborative exercise in STEM learning together. We all really get what micro and nano are now – 5 year olds to teens. What a blast!!! Thanks again and again.

Science Teacher, Heathfield Primary School

Children began using the correct terminology and physically took part in moving the microscope around to adjust the focus, contrast and brightness to create a clear image. Inquiry based learning was at an all-time high as questions were flowing … My favourite part of the week would have to be watching the pure amazement on each child’s face as we discovered parts of a mini-beast or object that we never knew was there.

Technology Integration Specialist, Pulteney Grammar Junior School

Thanks again – wow that SEM is just fantastic and Jess was so well prepared and wonderful with the kids.

Director, Aldgate Kindergarten

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