Education

Nurses soon to graduate

Goulburn Ovens Institute of TAFE Diploma of Nursing students in Shepparton were given an insight into how to get ahead in their careers with a professional portfolio day on Friday.. The day was their final class before a two-week work placement in

by
Declan Martin
May 29 2017
Education

Kindergarten class experiences a day at school

There was plenty of giggling and smiling as kindergarten children experienced school life on Wednesday.. Grahamvale Primary School Prep students were eager to show their younger counterparts the ropes by helping them with drawing and other creative

by
Sionnie Kelly
May 26 2017
Education

Sparkling stars under dome

Grahamvale Primary School students got the chance to exist under a star dome this week.. The large inflatable black Starlab dome was a sight to behold and took up a large space near the school’s library.. The purpose of its visit was to teach

by
Sionnie Kelly
May 26 2017
Education

Fish freed from confines of channel system

Verney Road School students have joined Fisheries Victoria and Goulburn-Murray Water to save hundreds of Murray cod caught up in an irrigation channel.. More than 30km of the East Goulburn Main Channel was scheduled for an aquatic weeding program

by
Hayden Thomson
May 26 2017
Education

School celebrates...

The Goulburn Child First Alliance celebrated National Families Week with local agencies at Shepparton’s St Georges Rd Primary School last week.. ‘‘The National Families Week event is aimed at acknowledging the critical role all families play

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Shepparton News
May 25 2017
Education

Vixen shares knowledge

More than 30 lucky St Mel’s Primary School Netball Club members were treated to a clinic with Melbourne Vixens player Emily Mannix this week.. Mannix said she regularly hosted clinics in both metropolitan and regional areas and enjoyed getting out

by
Tara Whitsed
May 25 2017
Education

Students learn about...

Shepparton’s Gowrie St Primary School and Preschool students have been getting a taste of healthy eating as part of Education Week.. Preschool students each took along a vegetable yesterday and enjoyed making soup while primary school students

by
Sionnie Kelly
May 24 2017
Education

Creative works on show

The G.R.A.I.N. Store in Nathalia is calling for submissions for Young at Art, its third annual exhibition of artworks by secondary school students in Moira Shire.. G.R.A.I.N Store curator Ken Wong said the exhibition was open to all Years 9 to 12

by
Sionnie Kelly
May 23 2017
Education

Fast-paced work experience

Shepparton High School students Cody Jones and Arielle Sutherland worked at the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix at Albert Park for work experience in March.. Arielle writes about their experience below:. . We both applied through Beacon Foundation

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Shepparton News
May 23 2017
Education

Students eager to earn

Mooroopna North Primary School students and staff are enjoying the challenge of learning Australian Sign Language this term via video link with teachers at Aurora Primary School in Melbourne.. Mooroopna North links up with Auslan teachers Ashleigh

by
Declan Martin
May 23 2017
Education

Taking to the stage

A combined primary schools and secondary college beginner band made up of more than 90 students will perform in front of an audience for the first time on the WestSide Performing Arts Centre stage tonight.. Mooroopna Secondary College and Tatur

by
Declan Martin
May 23 2017
Opinion

Letter to the editor

Reports mislead. It is with genuine concern that I write regarding some reporting in the media on the topic of the recently announced new funding arrangements for schools.. Some of the reporting has been biased and divisive.. At the heart of the

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Shepparton News
May 22 2017
Education

Students explore...

A future in agriculture was explored by high school students during the Food and Fibre Careers Day at University of Melbourne’s Dookie College campus on Thursday and Friday.. More than 180 students in Years 9 to 12 came from as far as Swan Hill

by
Declan Martin
May 22 2017
Education

Dairy education centre celebrates students' achievements

Goulburn Ovens Institute of TAFE’s National Centre for Dairy Education (NCDE), in partnership with Dairy Australia, hosted an industry celebration on Wednesday, May 10 at the Goulburn Valley Hotel in Shepparton.. The evening celebrated the

by
Sionnie Kelly
May 19 2017
Education

Hospitality pathways

The first of a series of planned dinners to help provide hospitality skills and jobs pathways for disadvantaged youth was held in Shepparton last week.. Thirty invited guests enjoyed a three-course meal prepared by Berry Street students at the first

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Shepparton News
May 19 2017
Education

Schools ready to celebrate

A flurry of costume, colour, physical activities and intellectual challenges will form the basis of Education Week 2017 activities.. Schools across the Goulburn Valley will be celebrating the annual event from May 21 to 27 in their own unique way

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Shepparton News
May 18 2017
Education

Nominations sought for...

Wanganui Park Secondary College is seeking nominations for the next Hall of Fame inductees in 2017.. The Hall of Fame was initiated in 2008 to acknowledge the outstanding achievements of individuals who have previously been associated with the

by
Declan Martin
May 17 2017
Entertainment

Students ready to...

Goulburn Valley Grammar School is going back to the roaring 1920s for its latest musical production, Thoroughly Modern Millie, which opens at 7.30pm tomorrow at WestSide Performing Arts Centre in Mooroopna.. The story follows a young girl coming to

by
Declan Martin
May 17 2017
Education

Budding acrobats bound...

A trio of Shepparton Ace College students is looking forward to the opportunity of a lifetime after being selected by Westside Circus to be a part of the National Treasures youth exchange program.. Telaah Donnelly, Adam Eleftheriou and Kyrone Black

by
Declan Martin
May 16 2017
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