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STEM Works at Tonsley is an industry-focused educational tour introducing students and teachers to the future of STEM careers.

This Renewal SA Works Program initiative is delivered in partnership with Mobile Science Education and Tonsley Innovation District.

Why bring your students on a STEM Works at Tonsley tour?

Have you ever heard your students ask, “Will we ever need this in real life?”

A tour of Tonsley Innovation District will provide the answer.

This immersive experience will change the way your students see their futures. Bring your students to see what they are working towards and why STEM is the way to get there.

For your students, Tonsley is a living lesson in the importance of STEM for future careers.

Students gathered around a driverless vehicle at a STEM Works Tonsley tour.

Students also learned about driverless vehicle technology at a STEM Works at Tonsley tour.

Who can come?

The tours are aimed at Year 7 to Year 12.

How many students?

30 students per tour plus accompanying staff.

What's the cost?

Free – you just need to organise transportation. Renewal SA and Tonsley Innovation District are funding this initiative to provide students the opportunity to explore and discover the STEM careers of the future.

How long does it take?

A tour runs for 2 hours (Years 7–9) or 2.5 hours (Years 10–12).

When is it?

Term 3, 2019

Two tours daily from Monday 26 – Friday 30 August 2019.

  • Morning session: 9.15 am
  • Afternoon session: 12.15 pm.



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