MakerSpace at Sassafras Primary School

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The Philanthropic collective is delighted to have contributed $1000 towards the creation of a MakerSpace for the students of Sassafras Primary School. The MakerSpace project will be an important strategy to better engage all their students in the sort of hands-on education that gives them an understanding of the powerful role of technology in learning and life. It will promote hands-on exploration of Hydraulics, motion,conductivity, electronics, coding and robotics.

Sassafras Primary School students, Ollie and Zara with Principal Stacey Goodger.
Students will soon be learning about coding after the Philanthropic collective contributed $1000 towards the creation of a MakerSpace. Photo: Ranges Trader Mail

Update: Ranges Trader Mail published this article:
Making room for a Makerspace

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