What's Happening at SPAN?
Realtime Learning with a Real Past Pupil
SPAN has embarked on an exciting venture with Realtime Learning which brings together our 5/6 students with an Engineering Undergraduate from RMIT one day each week. In an amazing turn of events our undergraduate is Pasindu Wijenayake is a former student of SPAN. The 5/6 classes are working with Lego Essential Spike sets and even managing to build cars and program them to move and turn. This is an amazing opportunity for our school and we are looking forward to great things in STEM this year.
Now it's Term 3 and the Year 1/2 and 3/4 are joining in! Working on the basics of coding and robotics to continue to build the foundation in STEM. The students are so excited and loving the engaging lessons.
As Catholic educators, we have a moral, mission driven, and legal responsibility to uphold and actively promote the wellbeing and safety of every student entrusted in our care.
Our commitment to the protection of students is enabled in nurturing, respectful and safe communities where the uniqueness and sacred dignity of every young person is celebrated and they are able to flourish in their learning and development. This vision is driven by the gospel message of love, justice and abundance, beautifully reflected in the words of John.