On Tuesday 13th March 2018, Primary Connections collaborated with Ecolinc Science and Technology Innovations Centre...
Published 23 March 2018
This $10,000 cheque is the first of three over three years, generously donated to Primary...
Published 06 November 2017
Year 6 Student Science Journals are available for purchase from Abacus ! These support the...
Published 06 November 2017
On Monday 30th October 2017, Primary Connections hosted a showcase Professional Learning workshop. This was the first workshop of its type, with key stakeholders in STEM Education observing part of the workshop and engaging with the thirty primary school educators in attendance.
Published 01 November 2017
Amy Stoneham and Dr Pauline Laudiges with PC resources
Primary Connections ' innovative approach to primary school science education has been recognised with a win at the Australian Publishers Association (APA)‘s 2017 Educational Publishing Awards.
Published 01 October 2017
Over the first six months of 2017, Primary Connections travelled across Australia to train over 300 regional and remote teachers
Published 10 June 2017
Bursary recipients completing the Indigenous perspectives activity at the two-day workshop.
Eighty-one future teachers of science gave up their Friday and Saturday to attend a pre-service teacher workshop at the University of Tasmania in Launceston. With a large distance education cohort, several students from UTAS based in Melbourne and Hobart registered to attend the event (some of which had only ever had contact with their peers online).
Published 01 December 2016
We had our youngest ever attendee at the PrimaryConnectionsReady’ pre-service teacher workshop. Four month old Aaden, who came along with his very dedicated mum, Laureena Todd, who is currently completing her teaching degree at USQ.
Published 01 October 2016
Education students from SCU were offered the opportunity to participate in a two-day Primary Connections workshop on the Gold Coast. This professional learning is highly regarded by potential employers and provides students with added confidence in the teaching and learning of science and technology.
Published 30 June 2016
Tjuntjuntjara Remote Community School is Australia’s most remote school. At present the school has 30 students all of which are from the Ananyu (arn-a-noo) community.
Published 01 May 2016