• Articles with the tag: education

    Baking as easy as cupcakes

    Bakers will be delighted with the classes on offer at the Melton…

    Pancakes a big hit for little cooks

    These pint-sized chefs loved learning some life lessons over pancakes. The youngsters…

    Dancing to a different beat

    For Florence Shinanduku, dancing is a way to bring joy to herself…

    School giving deaf children an identity

    Furlong Park School for Deaf Children continues to attract enrolments from far…

    Police to return to schools under new policy

    State Opposition Leader Matthew Guy’s promise to place full-time police officers at…

    Cambodia bid a class act

    A Melton teacher who left her heart in Cambodia hopes to make…

    Step up for busy kids

    A Melton dance program needs help to keep its weekend classes moving.…

    A top-class family affair

    Three generations of the one family are celebrating their special connection to…

    New Tarneit school rises to big occasion

    The first day of primary school is a big deal –even more…

    Thomas Carr College plans $8 million expansion

    Thomas Carr College is getting an upgrade. The school has lodged plans…

    Double delight for law student

    Joseph Hafoka is not sure if law is in his blood, but…

    Big savings for Brimbank families

    Lower-income families across Brimbank have been taking advantage of a new Smith…

    Call to fix old Glen Devon school site

    A Wyndham councillor is keen to see a prime piece of Werribee…

    Students across Brimbank begin new chapter

    Monday marked the beginning of a new chapter for about 3000 children…

    Sister act

    Five-year-old Eva and her big sister Milena will mark a special occasion…
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