Year 9 STEAM Pathway

9STEA
Course Description

Teacher in Charge: Ms S. Tomaz

The STEAM programme is a 2 year programme that offers students an integrated approach to learning. This Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics curriculum provides a pathway to deep learning that strengthens links between subjects providing opportunities through project-based learning, for students to become life-long learners, leaders and change-makers of the future. The STEAM programme aims at developing global competencies such as critical thinking, collaboration, communication, character, creativity and citizenship.

Science and Mathematics will be enriched with projects linking the two disciplines whilst English and Social Studies will strengthen written, oral and digital literacy, global appreciation and critical thinking.

Integrated into STEAM are four six-month courses that involve robotics, coding, electronics and design with projects that link into several learning areas. Students will be encouraged to be innovative and creative as they attempt to solve real-world problems.

Students wishing to apply for the STEAM programme are advised to complete the application form available through in the school's website. Selection for a limited number of places will be based on a range of data.



Pathway

Year 10 STEAM Pathway

Students automatically continue into Year 10 STEAM as this is a 2 year course. At the end of year 10, students have got the opportunity to continue the STEAM pathway at Senior school by selecting ESTEAM. ESTEAM offers senior students a STEAM approach to learning while incorporating Entrepreneurship skills. Please have a look at the course description for ESTEAM to find out more about it.

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