The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Program at Brighton Secondary School has been developed to prepare students for careers and further study in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
In addition to learning specific curriculum content, STEM encourages critical and creative thinking, challenge-based and collaborative learning. Strong links between industry and the school have been developed and continue to be strengthened with ongoing participation in the F1 and Subs in Schools programs.
Students enrolled in the STEM Program have access to a full year of STEM specific classes from years 8-10 aligned to the Australian Curriculum. These classes have an emphasis on STEM pedagogical approaches.
Focusing on solving real world problems through project-based learning, where students are supported to become self directed learners. Students may apply for the STEM Program by completing the application form.
Enquiries to be made through the school.