Students involved in GIPS practice powerful problem-solving skills that engage their critical and creative thinking.
Students participate in teams or as individuals.
A stand out project-based program for schools. Students select a real world problem, identify a solution, and then actively implement their action plan to address the problem.
A Scenario Writing competition in which a student develops and submits short stories.
Students compete individually, developing short stories related to one of five FPSP topics for the year.
An oral storytelling competition for individual students offering the opportunity to develop creative and entertaining, short, futuristic stories related to one of five FPSP topics.
A non-competitive problem-solving program designed for implementation in the regular classroom divided into three stages: Foundational Skills (Prep-2); Developing Skills (Grades 3-4)
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FPS acknowledges the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.