Collaboratively Creating the Future
Banyule Nillumbik Tech School develops and runs specialist STEAM programs and educational activities that help prepare local young people for dealing with the challenges of the future and equip them with skills and mindsets needed for the changing nature of work.
School Programs and Events
Information and registration for our core programs aligned to education curriculum for school groups.
After school clubs and community events for engagement with the Tech School outside of school-based programs.
Find out more information about our industry partnerships and how industry can get involved in our programs.
About Banyule Nillumbik Tech School
Banyule Nillumbik Tech School is part of the Victorian government Tech Schools initiative to move school education into the future. We develop and run specialist STEAM programs and educational activities that help prepare local students for the challenges of the future and the changing nature of work.
Our programs are designed in partnership with community, industry and schools in response to key challenges facing the local community.
Latest from the Team
Microcontrollers at the Tech School
At Banyule Nillumbik Tech School we have a range of microcontrollers available for students to create prototypes with. Ardunio Uno Arduino Uno is our largest microcontroller and uses the Arduino IDE to program the controller. While this does not have any inbuilt...
Words from our Director
Term 1 has flown by and many of us are now enjoying a well deserved break over Easter. At the Tech School, Term break is a time for us to reflect on what we did well, where we could improve, attend a number of professional development sessions to up our technical...
Diamond Valley Special Development School Program
During Term 3 I had the pleasure of meeting the graduating class of Diamond Valley Special Development School and engaging them in a 4 week program at the Tech School. The students spent a whole day each week at the Tech School enjoying activities such as...
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