Mountain State School is dedicated to making the latest computer technology
available to all students, without the need for children to bring their own
devices to school. All of our classrooms are Wi-Fi enabled and contain computer
technology such as iPads or laptops, which are used by the teaching staff in
all year levels to assist with delivery of the Australian curriculum.
also have two
computer labs in our school which are available for all classes to use from
Years Prep to Year 6.
state of the art science and technology centre was built in 2010, providing a
dedicated science laboratory and enhancing the practical delivery of children’s
lessons. The centre is used primarily for our Science, Technology, Engineering
and Maths (STEM) program, which comes under our digital technology curriculum.
Popular classes taught within STEM include robotics and coding, participated in
by students from Prep to Year 6. The centre is also used by all year levels for
more traditional based science lessons and experiments.