Digital Technologies and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) 

Teacher Development School

Brookman Primary School is focused on providing opportunities for its students in ‘Discovery and Innovation’. In doing so we develop the required skills of:

  • creativity
  • independent thinking
  • critical analysis
  • problem-solving
  • teamwork and
  • communication

Brookman has established a reputation as a school highly regarded in leading through innovative approaches to STEAM education. Our school focuses on real-world, meaningful, integrated cross-curricular activities and projects that include facets of all of these key learning areas. Teachers motivate students to explore and utilise their creative skills to problem solve. Through these activities student interest and engagement has increased significantly. 

Established as a Teacher Development School in STEAM, Brookman leads and supports other teachers through the provision of professional learning opportunities on the need for, benefits of and strategies required to establish a successful STEAM learning environment. 

Our school continues to explore the role that the Digital Technologies curriculum plays in supporting problem-solving and project-based learning. 

Request for Support Form_2022 for Western Australian Government Schools.

Recently our school has been working with FORM – Creative Schools initiative. Here is a link to some of our activities on creativity. 

Brookman Primary STEAM Documents

STEM Curriculum Links August 2017

STEAM Planning and Reflection Tool Longitudinal

STEM Ideas from Science Content

STEAM Projects

STEAM in Pre-primary powerpoint 2 

Kodable STEM Project

Dash the Delivery Robot

Beebot Maze

Balance scales



Sphero Chariots


Sydney Conference 2019 STEM Presentation

Information for Parents

Document Exploring STEM at Home