WHAT DOES S.T.E.M. LOOK LIKE AT ST PETERS LUTHERAN EARLY LEARNING CENTRE? S = SCIENCE T = TECHNOLOGY E = ENGINEERING M = MATHEMATICS STEM is a philosophy used by educators to help integrate knowledge across disciplines, encouraging children to think in a more connected and holistic way. Why STEM in Early Childhood? Because integration is … Read More
One of the highlights of the school year at St Peters Lutheran is Grandparents’ and Special Friends’ Day. And this year was no exception! A crowd of grandparents gathered on Friday 9th June to acknowledge the importance of relationships across generations. At St Peters we celebrate Grandparents as a vital part of our society. Their wisdom and encouragement has … Read More
We have some exciting news to share! Thanks to the generous financial contribution from St Peters Lutheran P&F Committee, our Junior Primary students have recently received the long awaited, much anticipated Blue-Bots! Blue-Bots are the newest addition to the floor robot family, and are similar to Bee-Bots. They are a Blue-tooth enabled robots, controlled by our iPads. They are a … Read More
Who doesn’t want a robot helper around the house? Well our coding group here at St Peters Lutheran are working on it. We still have a fair way to go before we will have a “Jetsons style” robot housemaid but at this stage we are using our Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (S.T.E.M.) skills to build and control a tabletop … Read More
Q. How many programmers does it take to change a light bulb? A. None – It’s a hardware problem “Whether you want to uncover the secrets of the universe, or you just want to pursue a career in the 21st century, basic computer programming is an essential skill to learn.” -Stephen Hawking (Theoretical Physicist, Cosmologist, and Author) Programming, or coding, is … Read More
On any given day, when you walk through the gates of St Peters Lutheran School, you may see children heading into the scrub, creating mosaics, completing fancy tricks with skipping ropes or even playing melody bells! And this is just the start of what we offer outside our IB school curriculum! Our extensive programme runs each day of the week … Read More
These students might appear to be having far too much fun playing computer games, but, in reality, they’re hard at work using logic, maths and creativity to design their own apps. That’s right … their own apps.
Find out how the students in Room 1 (Year 5) are delving into the world of programming. *Includes videos*