STEM Action

STEM is an interdisciplinary approach to educating students across the curriculum areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. NVHS offers a variety of STEM initiatives which focus on challenging problems and Inquiry Based Learning projects.

The NSW Department of Education has established several STEM Action Schools to mentor and share innovative STEM practice and programs with schools. STEM Action Schools implement curriculum programs designed to develop students’ foundational knowledge and skills in STEM subjects as well as skills of collaboration, critical and creative thinking and problem solving.


Focus on learning

Our focus on learning and positive relationships helps all members of the school community prepare for the future in a fair and supportive environment.


As an Action School, we hav staff with individual strengths and particular expertise. We aim to facilitate these experienced staff to lead a community of practice in the teaching of STEM at Narara Valley High School.

Staff: Natalie Karazinov, Paul Wakelin, Ilanah Forrest, Amanda Barrale, Lauren Cohen and Noman Shoaib

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Sam Cove and Emily Rowsell performed an awesome chilled set at our weekly 'Groovin in the Fall' busking sessions on Friday. ... See MoreSee Less

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Year 11 students Charlotte Te Puia and Breanna Young represented NVHS in the local final of the Plain English Public Speaking Competition, held today at Gosford High School.

Both girls demonstrated maturity and insight in their engaging speeches. Congratulations to Charlotte who was awarded a Highly Commended certificate by the adjudicator.
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Awesome job by Year 10 Performance course students yesterday and today, recording their original songs at Aphek Studios Narara. ... See MoreSee Less

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