• Articles with the tag: schools

    Marking Mua's big day

    Mua has just celebrated 100 days of school. The Melton South Primary…

    Pupils cultivate a growing menu

    Pupils are determined to transform Arnolds Creek Primary School into a foodie…

    A variety of talent

    Staughton College’s Variety Showcase will touch the hearts and souls of all.…

    Learning skills for life

    For at least a few hours a week, these Hillside children drop…

    Schools take best shot

    Brimbank’s tennis stars of the future are well equipped to take their…

    Derrimut schools in spotlight

    The need for a secondary school in Derrimut will be investigated by…

    Salute to supervisors

    Four Wyndham crossing supervisors have been recognised for the joy they bring…

    Point Cook cops station funding

    A new police station at Point Cook is a step closer after…

    New schools to meet local needs

    Plans for four new schools in Melton and Caroline Springs are gaining…

    New schools

    Land in Mickleham and Wollert will be bought by the state government…

    Teed up to stop bullying

    Troy “Tee Mac” prides himself on being an unconventional motivational speaker. The…

    Learning gap

    Five new schools will need to be built in Hume within the…

    Police to return to schools under new policy

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

    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…
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