Education

‘Night of nights’ on stage

Applause and laughter could be heard at Riverlink’s Eastbank Centre for Bourchier St Primary School’s senior production Lights, Camera, Action on Tuesday.. The musical featured singing and dancing from movie soundtracks and featured

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Shepparton News
Sep 22 2017
News

Top marks in digging deep

When Aiden Aitken digs his hands in the dirt to plant a tree, he knows he will one day reap the benefits of the hard work sewn.. Aiden, along with about 40 other classmates at Gowrie St Primary School, did their part on Tuesday in support of the

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Rhiannon Tuff...
Sep 21 2017
Education

Sustainability experiments

Science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics were front and centre at McGuire College when Year 7 students showcased projects based on harnessing energy.. Teacher Lynda Howard said the STEAM Fair on Wednesday was about students using solar

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Shepparton News
Sep 21 2017
Education

Class acts’ gift on table

Bourchier St Primary School Year 3 students have been putting on the finishing touches to a mosaic table for Ave Maria Village residents.. The students from Dean Bush’s class came up with the idea and created the decorative design for the

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Declan Martin
Sep 21 2017
News

Rorting claim

Goulburn Ovens Institute of TAFE has said classes will go ahead in subjects hit with allegations of rorting.. According to a report in The Age, the vocational educational institution was accused by insiders of enrolling students in higher level

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Barclay White
Sep 20 2017
News

Fantastic fundraising...

A Mooroopna Park Primary School student has raised more than $1000 for new equipment for the school.. Year 3 student Daniel Hooper, 9, set out to raise $1000 by collecting a $1 donation from 1000 people in the lead-up to his school’s annual

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Taylah Burrows
Sep 19 2017
Education

Aboriginal students...

A unique exhibition around youth art is the outcome of a dynamic workshop where 10 young Aboriginal students were able to reconnect with their traditional culture.. During the past five weeks, the young people have been able to express themselves

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Rhiannon Tuff...
Sep 19 2017
Education

Hall of Fame honour for former student

Wanganui Park Secondary College inducted past student and Olympian Matthew Guest into its Hall of Fame at a special assembly on Friday.. Dr Guest graduated in 2002 as dux and excelled in sporting and academic pursuits, representing Canada in field

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Declan Martin
Sep 19 2017
News

Super school

A merger of Greater Shepparton’s four public secondary schools into one super school is one of four options being put forward to improve education in the region.. In April, the Victorian Government started to develop the Shepparton Education

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Hayden Thomson
Sep 19 2017
Education

Future looking strong

Achievements and potential of its participants were celebrated at the Future Voices Youth Leadership program’s graduation ceremony.. Lions Club District Governor Pat Mills also launched Shepparton Leo Club on the night at Shepparton’s

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Declan Martin
Sep 18 2017
Education

A swashbuckling musical

Shepparton Christian College students were bouncing with energy during their performance of their major musical production Ink yesterday.. More than 100 students from primary and secondary age groups appeared on stage while others helped out behind

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Declan Martin
Sep 15 2017
Education

We’ve raised the barn

An old barn has been given an artistic makeover thanks to Goulburn Ovens Institute of TAFE VCAL students.. The old barn at GOTAFE’s William Orr campus was built in the early 1900s and was turned into a gallery on Tuesday, showcasing a range of

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Sionnie Kelly
Sep 14 2017
Education

Top Tally play

Tallygaroopna Primary School students starred in the comical show The Amazing Adventures of SuperStan on Wednesday.. The students performed to a packed Memorial Town Hall and acted out a fun musical about Stanley Marvel, the clumsiest clot in

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Declan Martin
Sep 12 2017
Education

Uni gives science lessons

High school students raced robots, made shampoo from scratch, went behind the psychology of lying and learned about internet technology this week.. The fun workshops are part of bio-medicine/zoology’s Outreach program, designed to build the

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Declan Martin
Sep 12 2017
Education

Cyber savvy

The online world is becoming more important in the modern classroom and with that comes the challenge of cyber safety for students — something that has been recognised at Shepparton East Primary School.. Staff and students have been building

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Declan Martin
Sep 08 2017
Education

A Beacon to a career path

It’s hard to know what you want to do with your life when you are only 16 years old, which is why the Beacon Foundation organised a speed careering day at Shepparton High School on Wednesday.. The day featured professionals from different

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Declan Martin
Sep 08 2017
Education

Writing together

Students across Bourchier St Primary School were busy working on their writing skills in unison on Tuesday afternoon for the Big Write.. Literacy co-ordinator Alice Symons said the Big Write was part of Literacy Week celebrations and was designed to

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Declan Martin
Sep 07 2017
Education

Busy building new homes

Orrvale Primary School students created wooden bird houses from scratch with help from retired cabinet maker Greg McCoy last week.. Bunnings Warehouse also helped the school, providing wood for the classes.. Students from years 3, 4, 5 and 6 learned

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Declan Martin
Sep 06 2017
Education

A sneak peak at La...

Wilmot Rd Primary School’s junior ambassadors to La Trobe University went behind the scenes at the Shepparton campus on Thursday.. Students Amina Lashkari and Stephen Atkinson were given a tour of the facilities, including the clinical nursing

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Declan Martin
Sep 06 2017
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