The Mabel community believe that we have implemented an
innovative school-wide program that embeds a STEM-inquiry approach. Students have the opportunity to develop a
deep understanding of concepts and then apply those skills to problem-based,
hands-on learning. Additionally, we have
created a strong learning culture and work with students to create a viable
pathway into a STEM career.
Students have access to a range of further programs to
enhance their success such as:
This program promotes academic rigor and a passion for 21st
- challenged and extended in class through
- specialised learning programs
- involved in leadership opportunities such as the MSA Champion initiative and University Ambassador programs
- engaged in real-world experiences to inspire future scientists and mathematicians.
This program is supported by organisations such as
University of Queensland, Origin Energy, Code Australia
and Engineers without Borders.
Girls Excelling in
Maths and Science (GEMS) Project
This program aims to create confident girls who will be
better prepared for a rewarding future in STEM.
It is supported by organisations such as Global Sisters, Griffith
University and sponsorship from Subway.
Members can engage in one afternoon a week to build and create STEM
projects to help equip them with further skills, particularly in electronics
and engineering. Members have access to
female mentors and experiences that create connections with real-world careers