Education

Fun and games

Shepparton’s Wilmot Rd Primary School is getting into the festive spirit this week as its 50th birthday approaches.. Students participated in a range of old-style games on Tuesday such as elastics jingles, quoits, hopscotch, tunnel ball, marbles

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Shepparton News
Mar 23 2017
Education

Goals met

Goulburn Ovens Institute of TAFE students were celebrated during an awards recognition ceremony at the Parklake Hotel in Shepparton on Monday night.. The ceremony recognised students who successfully completed their studies last year within the

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Sionnie Kelly
Mar 23 2017
Education

Sharing cultures

A group of Sirius College students gathered in a colourful Punjabi display on Monday in a bid to share culture and break down barriers as part of Cultural Diversity Week.. The young students performed three traditional Punjabi dances scattered in

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Rhiannon Tuff...
Mar 22 2017
Education

Living in harmony

Shepparton schools celebrated Harmony Day yesterday, with students encouraged to share their culture and celebrate diversity.. Shepparton High School saw a kaleidoscope of cultural performances being performed in the hall with 12 different acts

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Declan Martin
Mar 22 2017
Education

Diploma a fun path

Six women have begun studying a diploma of nursing thanks to the Academy of Sport, Health and Education’s Goulburn Murray Aboriginal Nursing Program.. The program started last year as a way of encouraging indigenous students to gain employment in

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Sionnie Kelly
Mar 22 2017
Education

Day of harmony

La Trobe University will celebrate what it means to be part of a diverse community in an inclusive cultural harmony day at the Shepparton campus today. As part of Cultural Diversity Week, the campus, in partnership with its Shepparton Students

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Rhiannon Tuff...
Mar 21 2017
Education

Active students use...

More than 300 Bourchier St Primary School students and some teachers arrived on bike, scooter or skateboard for National Ride2School Day on Friday.. Teacher Joel O’Sullivan said the day was about kick-starting healthier habits and encouraging

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Declan Martin
Mar 21 2017
Education

Students plan for the future

Shepparton High School’s year 10 students were left inspired by guest speakers at the annual Beacon charter signing on Thursday.. Former Shepparton students Troy Firebrace, Krystal Green, Jon Allemand and Stewart Marshall shared their different

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Declan Martin
Mar 21 2017
Education

Health choice

A Kialla kindergarten has become the first kinder in Greater Shepparton to introduce a new water-only program.. The Water Only Kinders program was officially launched yesterday by Goulburn Valley Water in partnership with Goulburn Valley Health at

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Taylah Burrows
Mar 17 2017
Education

Mad picnic

Students and staff went down the rabbit hole at Kialla West Primary School with a Mad Hatter’s tea party and picnic for Prep students and their families yesterday.. Parents were invited for afternoon tea and to see some of the students’

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Shepparton News
Mar 16 2017
Entertainment

St Colmans College...

Geoff Lacey, Bruce Morison and John Gawne at the reunion. Peter Parker, Brian Patterson, Pat English and Lester Trevaskis reunite. . Albert Bertoli, Peter Mangles, Des Sleeth and Neville Wright catch up at the St Colmans College reunion

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Shepparton News
Mar 16 2017
Education

Bullying not on in...

Cyber safety expert Susan McClean spoke about all things internet, from the laws around sharing nude images to how to recognise online predators, during a visit to Shepparton High School on Tuesday.. The expert speaker was invited by the Shepparton

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Declan Martin
Mar 16 2017
Education

Healthy smiles at...

Goulburn Valley Dental Group has launched a new program — Healthy Smiles — at St Joseph’s Primary and Numurkah Primary schools.. The program for schools is being co-ordinated by oral hygienist Amy Johnson, who runs an interactive presentation

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Declan Martin
Mar 14 2017
Education

Students get close look at ag careers

Mooroopna Secondary College’s Year 9 students had a hands-on experience at University of Melbourne’s Dookie Campus during a three-day camp last week.. The new program funded by a university grant is aimed at showing — and getting students

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Declan Martin
Mar 13 2017
Entertainment

Show your wares

Greater Shepparton City Council is calling on young people to get involved and host a stall to sell their crafts, clothes and creations at the second Indigo @ Dusk market this month.. On during National Youth Week, the market will take place at the

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Taylah Burrows
Mar 13 2017
Education

School celebrates 50 years

Excitement is building for Wilmot Rd Primary School’s 50-year anniversary celebrations this month.. The school and anniversary committee are welcoming former school community members to several events, starting with a reunion at the McIntosh

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Declan Martin
Mar 13 2017
Education

Twins make a milestone

When her six-year-old son Luca wrote his first word last week, Seymour mum Natasha Price could not have been more proud.. ‘‘The milestones are a bit more special,’’ Ms Price said.. That’s because Luca and his twin brother Elijah had a very

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Shepparton News
Mar 10 2017
Education

Schools get funding

Yarrawonga’s Sacred Heart Primary School and St Mary of the Angels Secondary College Nathalia yesterday received a combined $1.7million from the Federal Government’s Capital Grants Program to put towards infrastructure projects.. Federal Member

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Shepparton News
Mar 08 2017
Education

Map of education at...

Goulburn Ovens Institute of TAFE’s Milestones of Education wall demonstrates the importance of history in the region by mapping education during this year’s Shepparton Festival.. Shepparton’s Fryers St GOTAFE campus has a long history

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Sionnie Kelly
Mar 08 2017
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