With advances in technology changing the employment and industry landscape and the demand for STEM qualifications and skills growing higher every year, 75% of jobs are now requiring STEM skills and capabilities.

Children that have had the opportunity to learn and practice curiosity, independent thinking, logical reasoning, collaboration, strong communication, creativity, problem solving, entrepreneurship and digital technology skills will find themselves with sort after and very transferable skills setting themselves up to take on an interesting and fulfilling career pathway.

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