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Alphington Grammar School official library opening

Alphington Grammar School official library opening

The new library is the heart of our school, a valuable and vast collection of resources and knowledge and a nod to the libraries of old.
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4 Benefits of School-Based Pre-Apprenticeships

4 Benefits of School-Based Pre-Apprenticeships

Did you know that students don’t have to leave school to start learning a trade?
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Creative spaces for education

Creative spaces for education

Pedagogy has become more diverse and sophisticated, and with that an increased demand for educators and designers to ‘think outside the box’ when developing learning spaces.
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It takes a village to raise a child

It takes a village to raise a child

We’re all familiar with the famous African proverb, ‘it takes a village to raise a child’. It’s an old adage, but a true concept.

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Six reasons to study the International Baccalaureate (IB)

Six reasons to study the International Baccalaureate (IB)

Here are six reasons why students are choosing to study the IB over the VCE.

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Does homework still make sense?

Does homework still make sense?

Some experts insist that it simply stresses students and their families, but others believe homework that is relevant, age-appropriate and engaging can instil good habits and enhance learning.

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What's happening in schools around Tasmania

What's happening in schools around Tasmania

With Term 3 coming to an end, we wanted to look back at some of the exciting things happening in Australian schools — this time, in Tassie. 

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Viewbank College’s STEAM Futures Conference

Viewbank College’s STEAM Futures Conference

Viewbank College in Melbourne’s north-east held its inaugural STEAM Futures Conference on 23 August — a full-day event that saw educators, academics and industry experts from Victoria gather to participate in workshops, networking and ideas

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John Monash Science School's Little Scientists and Mini Mathematicians program

John Monash Science School's Little Scientists and Mini Mathematicians program

Melbourne’s John Monash Science School (JMSS) offered its inaugural Little Scientists Big Science initiative for the first time in 2011. 

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Is mental health taken seriously in schools?

Is mental health taken seriously in schools?

Mental health is a serious issue in Australian schools, and it shouldn't be ignored.

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Busy times ahead for Western Australia's education

Busy times ahead for Western Australia's education

Western Australia's education sector is planning to upgrade public school facilities by 2021.

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How technology is impacting education

How technology is impacting education

Modern technology is changing the way schools are teaching and kids learning.

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Federal Election Watch: Schools

Federal Election Watch: Schools

Education is always a major talking point in the lead-up to any election.

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IB at Preshil

IB at Preshil

Preshil is an exclusively IB school which delivers progressive International Baccalaureate Middle Years and Diploma Programmes (MYP and DP respectively) in the Secondary School, and holds candidacy* for the Primary Years Programme (PYP). 

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The pros and cons of holographic teachers

The pros and cons of holographic teachers

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be taught by a hologram?

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