Capability in this area of learning is a vital 21st century skill for all our students.

A key aim of ICT at St Michael’s School is to ensure the children are competent and confident in using technology to support and enhance their learning. Smart TVs are utilised in all classrooms in numerous applications.

ICT has been integrated into all aspects of the curriculum using iPads and Chromebooks for research, projects and various class tasks. The access to iPads is increasing across the school and includes a BYOD program (Bring Your Own Device) for our senior students in years 5 & 6, to support their independent learning.



St Michael’s School offers a range of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) opportunities for students to experiment, extend and challenge themselves.

The students across the school investigate robotics, coding and programming of devices ranging from Beebots to Spheros. These devices provide creative enquiry opportunities for the students to investigate and learn. Skills learnt in small group sessions are transferred to other learning areas. Lunchtime clubs using ICT skills such as coding, are also provided as learning opportunities for students.