Johnson & Johnson STEM Academy delivers engineering programmes to primary and secondary schools across Ireland.
Johnson and Johnson aim to encourage students to explore the world of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) while also inspiring STEM as a career choice.
St Vincent’s Convent Primary School has been chosen to participate in the virtual STEM 3-D Printing programme.
Our Fourth class pupils have been offered a chance to learn more about this new technology. Fourth class teachers have received online training from J&J engineers on the delivery of the STEM 3-D Printing programme. The teachers will then use the equipment and bank of recorded lessons that J&J have provided to the school, to teach the children about this subject.
The STEM team will remain on hand to provide support if it is needed.