Bateman Primary School to receive a $40,000 science equipment grant.
Schools can use their science resource grants to purchase equipment such as 3D printers,
microscopes, models, worm farms and much more.
The quality of STEM education in WA schools is a key priority of the McGowan Labor
I am excited that students within Bateman will now have the opportunity to learn using the
type of equipment they will encounter in the workplace.
This investment will help prepare our students for jobs of the future and inspire our future
chemists, doctors, geologists and miners.
This STEM boost will give Bateman kids the opportunity to learn science in real world
settings using the type of equipment they will encounter in their future careers.
This funding builds on the previous 200 science laboratories and equipment grants delivered
by the McGowan Government, including Applecross Primary School, Booragoon Primary
School, and Mt Pleasant Primary School.