Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) provides students with the opportunity to develop skills in these areas.
Learning how to write a computer program or coding is a valued skill in today's society. Further, the discipline of coding enables you to think logically developing problem solving capability, another important skill.
The Coding Club is run during lunchtime and is open to all students who wish to participate. The atmosphere is fun and friendly with students under the support of teachers can make as little or as much progress as they wish.
Students in the Coding Club have the opportunity to program robots, undertaking visual computer based programming activities, undertake online coding courses and participate in computer coding or robotics competitions.
The Australian Mathematics Competition is the premiere Mathematics Competition in Australia. There are well over 100 000 entries each year including some international competitors. Swansea students participate every year with a number of students achieving high levels of success. We encourage all students regardless of their ability to participate.
In addition to the Australian Mathematics Competition there are a number of other competitions that occur throughout the year. These include Numeracy Week, Financial Literacy and others.
Mathematics teachers regularly bring competition opportunities to the attention of students.