Students have various opportunities to engage in STEM learning at Reidy Park PS. These learning experiences have a focus on problem solving, applying the engineering design process and developing various dispositions to be creative and critical thinkers. As students move through year levels they are exposed to various coding devices including Beebots and Lego robots.
Reidy Park Primary School also supports students in becoming highly skilled in the use of information communication technologies (ICTs).
Teaching and learning programs at Reidy Park Primary School, across all curriculum areas, include the use of ICTs to effectively and appropriately access, create and communicate information and ideas, solve problems and work collaboratively in all learning areas at school, and in their lives beyond school.
Reidy Park Primary School promotes safe and responsible use of technology from Reception through to Year 7. “Digital Citizenship at Reidy” informs students, families and teachers of our school guidelines for using technology appropriately to support teaching and learning
|Junior Primary Use Agreement||367.92 KB||PDF Document|
|Upper Primary Use Agreement||340.33 KB||PDF Document|
Students have access to multiple technologies at Reidy Park including our computer room, pods of computers outside classroom areas, iPads and tablets. In 2015 staff and students in Year 6 and 7 are trialling ‘Bring Your Own Technology’ (BYOT).
|Bring Your Own Technology Trial Agreement||610.62 KB||PDF Document|