Makerspace launched to SIS students, staff and parents at a tech event coinciding with Europe’s #CodeWeek in October 2020, and our younger students have been creating, coding, building and experimenting ever since.
Our Makerspace encourages students to dream, innovate and make. We are enabling our learners to shift from consuming technology to creating it.
Using hands-on learning resources from basic Lego bricks, magnets and saws to robotic parts and Lego SPIKE programming tools, our primary students to take on digital and analogue challenges. And our Middle and Upper School students will be taking on robotics, virtual reality and augmented reality.