Opinion

Aussie kids get starry eyed

Next to dinosaurs, kids love space the best.. Just ask any teacher.. There are few children who don’t love to talk about stars, planets, moons, comets and asteroids.. And the questions they ask put adults to shame.. Now, with clearing skies

by
Shepparton News
Jul 21 2017
Education

Special time for bonding

At almost two years old, Shepparton’s Olivia Rath loves reading and recently became the first child in the region to read 1000 books.. The 1000 Books Before School Program has been running at Goulburn Valley Libraries since October and

by
Sionnie Kelly
Jul 21 2017
Education

Kicking education goal

Distance education was a path gladly taken by three Wanganui Park Secondary College Year 12 students who are enjoying the challenge of specialist maths through Bendigo Senior Secondary College.. Wanganui’s assistant principal Xavier Tanner

by
Declan Martin
Jul 21 2017
Education

Creative play for little ones

It is all about the little ones when Shepparton Art Museum starts its after-school and pre-school programs next month.. From August to November, SAM will introduce the SAM Little Hands pre-school art workshops — a monthly session for budding

by
Tara Whitsed
Jul 20 2017
Education

Courting our history

St Mel’s Primary School students have designed and created a stunning mural capturing all that is great about Greater Shepparton.. The mural displays things that are unique to Greater Shepparton, including the Moooving Art Cows, orchards and

by
Sionnie Kelly
Jul 20 2017
Education

Gallery: Top grade...

Keep Victoria Beautiful has recognised St Mel's in becoming a sustainable school.. The organisation recently announced its finalists for this year's Sustainable Cities Awards with St Mel's PS gaining a spot. . ... St Mel's sustainability

by
Shepparton News
Jul 19 2017
News

Cool Heads on tomorrow...

Confronting, moving, challenging, graphic and shocking are just some of the words that could be used to describe the Cool Heads young driver program.. But it is purposely this way, and so it should be, when you consider the wide-ranging impact that

by
Shepparton News
Jul 17 2017
Opinion

Alliance a win for everyone

School show season is once again upon us — with drama students across the region busy rehearsing for the big opening night.. This year marks a real change in the way shows have been presented previously as the Better Together Alliance

by
Shepparton News
Jul 12 2017
Entertainment

Grease draws students together

Grease is the time, is the place, is the motion — and it’s now a massive school production.. As part of the Better Together Alliance, Greater Shepparton’s four public secondary schools have come together to show Grease is still the

by
Sionnie Kelly
Jul 12 2017
Entertainment

Gallery: Wanganui Park Secondary College Debutante Ball

The Wanganui Park Secondary College Debutante Ball was on last Friday night at the Visy Centre in Shepparton. . ... Wanganui deb ballElly Campbell, Ebbony Davis, Ben Scott, Tom Diamond, Schakija Gribble and Jorja Dempster. cameramake NIKON

by
Shepparton News
Jul 06 2017
Sport

Shepparton junior...

Shepparton Junior Soccer Association Open Girls match between Goulburn Valley Grammar School and Notre Dame College on Saturday at McEwen Reserve.. ... New Gallery 2017/7/3cameramake NIKON CORPORATIONheight 2886focallength 400exposuretime

by
Shepparton News
Jul 03 2017
Education

Gallery: Fairytale...

Princesses, witches and evil queens descended on St George's Rd Primary School last week. . Students dressed up as their favourite fairytale characters. . ... Fantasy fun cameramake NIKON CORPORATIONheight 3280focallength 200exposuretime

by
Shepparton News
Jul 03 2017
Education

Gallery: Film festival...

Movie stars and crazy characters were on show at Katandra West Primary School yesterday. . A film festival and dress-up day was held to celebrate the culmination of a media arts project.. ... Dress-up dayChelsea Harry, 10, dressed as a cowgirl at

by
Shepparton News
Jun 28 2017
Education

Learning from art

When Shepparton artist Dylan McIntosh was creating an Australian flora and fauna mural at the Arthur Dickmann Children’s Centre, he did it with a view to educate children.. With the bright figures of wombats, koalas and kangaroos now lining

by
Rhiannon Tuff...
Jun 28 2017
Education

Every little bit can help someone else in need

Well into winter, many of Shepparton’s homeless continue to bounce from home to home and couch to couch, as others walk around at night to avoid freezing.. It is these images which have brought together Mooroopna’s St Mary’s

by
Rhiannon Tuff...
Jun 28 2017
Education

Educational input sought from many community groups

Greater Shepparton Lighthouse Project chief executive Lisa McKenzie has encouraged community members to have their say on the Shepparton Education Plan tomorrow.. A workshop will be at The Quality Hotel Parklake and Ms McKenzie said it was an

by
Tara Whitsed
Jun 28 2017
Education

Trainees treasure...

Wilmot Rd Primary School continues to value its traineeship teacher program and has recently seen one of the trainees return as a qualified teacher.. Teacher Josh Waight said his one-year traineeship in 2010 shaped his decision to become a teacher

by
Declan Martin
Jun 27 2017
Education

Exploring career...

Shepparton High School students enjoyed an interactive exploration of pathways linked to future growth industries during the World of Work on Wheels Career Expo last week.. The Year 9 and 10 students took part in career activities showcasing NAO the

by
Declan Martin
Jun 27 2017
Education

Rainbow day

Kialla West Primary School students hosted a $1 cupcake donation sale and dress-up day to raise money for the Zaidee’s Rainbow Foundation on Friday. School principal Wes Teague said students took the opportunity to dress up, bake cupcakes and

by
Shepparton News
Jun 27 2017
Load more
Login Sign Up

Dummy text