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How a seamless learning space builds curiosity

Our new Head of Science & Technology Simon Maaser shares how the Geoff Handbury Science and Technology Hub acts as a catalyst for learning.

The sound of collaboration

Our Senior School Product Design students have built links with a small rural school to bring their latest project to life.

Science Week: different by design

Staging Science Week during a COVID-19 lockdown led to new approaches and mindsets.

Inspiring new ways of thinking with technology

A chance decision to sign up for work experience at a primary school led Matt Smith into a digital career that is transforming teaching.

A potted history of a medical breakthrough

Our School Archives includes a small pot. Its history is more significant than you might think.

National finalists in STEM

Two Melbourne Grammar School teams joined more than 17,00 schools across 44 nations at the F1 in Schools STEM Challenge.

Pursuing ideas outside the traditional model

The Andrew Prentice Seminar Series fosters deep thinking, creativity and collaboration. Read more.

A medical research career begins in the French classroom

Surprisingly, Professor Simon Foote's (OM 1976) illustrious medical research career began in the French classroom.

Science outside the classroom

Year 10 students, John Mordes and Felix Archibald, discuss how learning about Science can occur anywhere, even on a cross-country ski tour.

Operating effectively in a digital world

'My Digital World' sets students up for success at Wadhurst.