• Articles with the tag: learning

    Strong interest in new college

    A Christian college set to open in Wyndham Vale next year has…

    Location announced for future school

    The state government has announced the location of the future Point Cook…

    Sun rises on festivities at Woodville Primary School

    Woodville Primary School pupils embraced Japanese culture, arts and food last week…

    School books in for Premiers’ Reading Challenge

    Alamanda K-9 College pupils have read thousands of books for this year’s…

    Rainbow rocks their day

    Students at a Hoppers Crossing school celebrated all the colours of the…

    The force is strong at Kids World

    Miniature Darth Vaders, Chewbaccas and Sith Lords turned out in force at…

    Roll up for a good cause: Wheel-a-Thon

    WONDERDUL WHEEL-A-THON: Pupils at Woodville Primary School enjoyed a wheely important fundraising…

    Never too old for learning

    Students at the Point Cook U3A prove that learning can be fun…

    Kindergarten boost for Wyndham

    Portable kindergarten buildings have been installed in Tarneit and Wyndham Vale in…

    Play day for learning

    Sisters Ella and Lily love to play together, whether they are reading,…

    Support group calls for help

    A St Albans-based learning support organisation that helps students from migrant or…

    Schools cash splash

    More than $1.65 million in state government grants will be used to…

    Food festival is in flavour

    Thomas Chirnside Primary School pupils, staff and families cooked up a multicultural…

    Racing ahead in schools

    A group of “driven” students from three Wyndham schools participated in the…

    Students are green thumbs

    Forget the three “Rs”, students at Tarneit Senior College have been focusing…
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