Trinity Anglican School’s new STEM centre

Jul 17
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Trinity Anglican School already have an extensive history of outstanding achievements in Science, and with their new STEM centre now up and running, there will be no stopping TAS students’ STEM success.

Designed by Charles Wright Architects, and winner of the 2016 Far North Queensland Regional Architecture Awards, it really is something to behold.

With no upgrades to the school’s science facilities since the 1980s, it was essential that students had a building that catered to the new technologies and evolving pedagogies of the STEM disciplines.

The facility was built with sustainability at its core – usage is monitored through its energy efficient features and there are rainwater tanks for the toilets.

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Even the concrete structure is ideal for the climate, with long life cycle efficiency and ability to deal with the harsh, corrosive wet tropical environment.

With two maths classrooms along with six laboratories, the STEM centre holds a bright future for TAS and its students.

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Hear from Mark Pacey, Head of STEM at Trinity Anglican School at the Improving STEM Education conference, taking place in Melbourne this August. Book soon to secure early bird rates!



Submitted by Maisie Holder

Maisie Holder

Maisie is a producer on Criterion’s Production Team. Originally from Essex, she has previously worked as a conference producer in the UK and has experience across the health, housing and university sectors. To the delight of her fellow colleagues, Maisie is a skilled cook and baker – she readily has her famous Millionaire’s Shortbread on hand for when that 3pm arvo slump hits.

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