Canterbury College is a forward-thinking school that’s focused on ensuring students are future-ready. Canterbury was the first school in Australia to invest in an EON i-Bench for 3D stereoscopic augmented reality. The school’s Research and Next Centre [RaNC] optimises learning opportunities for students from kindergarten to Year 12. The RaNC is regularly visited by university and TechEd professionals interested in the school’s education-based applications, which are purposefully spread throughout the college. The college was also recently awarded the Exemplary STEM Teaching Innovation Award at the International Adolescent Success Conference in recognition of its STEM curriculum from kindergarten, which progresses to coding, robotics and laser technology in junior school, through to 3D printing and virtual reality in senior school.