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