The IT department has been working tirelessly to create new and innovative ways for students to become 21st century problem solvers.
Students will be given the opportunity to work with state-of-the-art equipment to ensure their education stands up to the rigours of an ever-changing future workforce.
With the rapid development of STEM careers our IT curriculum is always evolving to stay relevant, fun and, deliberate.
Year 9 IT student with the Merge Cube
The Merge Cube Lets you hold digital 3D objects, enabling an entirely new way to learn and interact with the digital world.
Now students can explore a galaxy in the palm of their hand, hold fossils and ancient artifacts, explore a DNA molecule, investigate the Earth’s core, dissect a virtual frog, hold and share their own 3D creations, and so much more.
Year 9 IT students assisting with the setup of the delivery of new DJI Tello drones
The school recently took delivery of new DJI Tello drones to ensure relevance of our IT curriculum with new and exciting features.
Students will learn the basics of programming while having fun. By using Scratch, an MIT-developed coding system, they will be able to program flight patterns with the Tello. For a more advanced user experience, students can use the Tello SDK to develop software applications. The DJI Tello is the smallest yet smartest drone you’ll ever fly.
IT students exploring virtual worlds with VR headsets