This is a unique opportunity teachers to work with the Tech School team of experts, to gain a lived experience through on of our Design Challenges, as well as gain the required skills to deliver Design Challenges in-school. Teachers will gain understanding of the Tech School Innovation Model and hands on learning, developing a range […]
The STEAM Club has been designed for teachers to implement in their school. STEAM Club is a collaborative learning opportunity for students to get involved in Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths & Arts related activities. Over a six week block, students will use the concept of an Escape Room to construct a number of puzzles & challenges. […]
We are looking to create a bit of “White Night” in Greensborough through the Tech School. The building itself has some great surfaces for a projection canvas and we are looking to light it up for the opening. In collaboration with our partners ACMI, this event took students from Greensborough College and St Helena College […]
This production engaged five students from Bundoora College in forming an ensemble to explore music composition using a range of recording, sequencing and performance devices. Over two days of exploration and composition the VET music students developed an understanding of electronic instruments and worked collaboratively work to design and perform a piece of music to be performed […]
The Launch of Techfest took place at the National Gallery of Victoria. Students from Diamond Valley College were able to participate in the day’s activities. The Minister for Education James Merlino joined Tech School students for the launch of Tech Fest and embarked on the Melbourne Design Week Challenge ‘e-waste evolution’. As part of the Design Challenge, the students deconstructed e-waste, […]
Our young people certainly demonstrated what they can do at the Schools Maker Faire. Our secondary students, led by our student ambassadors really created an exciting day for our local primary school students. We had 430 primary students attend on the day and over 100 secondary students running activities. In addition, we also had some […]
Our Tech School is growing every day; the building works has begun in earnest, our programs are developing and most importantly, our students are becoming central to the development of what is a very exciting learning community. Below is just a snapshot of just some of the activities being undertaken and I’d also like to take […]
After much preparation, we were greeted with some seasonally inclement weather on the 17th August, and although no sods were officially turned, it did not dampen the occasion.
The basis of the development of our Tech School program is that it is co-constructed, applied inquiry based and multi-age, multi-stage.
The building design process has reached its completion and the build has gone to tender. This marks a milestone in the development of the physical presence of the Banyule-Nillumbik Tech School. There has been an immense amount of work undertaken to reach this point. The work of Tectura Architects and their associates has been commendable […]