Supporting the learning and development opportunities of all children and young people, through a range of programs and initiatives from kindergarten through to further education.
VicSTEM is your one-stop shop for all things science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) related.
The Victorian Government is re-opening the closed Melbourne Polytechnic Greensborough campus and the former Swinburne University of Technology Lilydale Campus.
Tech Schools will equip today’s secondary students with the skills that will connect them to their futures.
Data from this census provides a snapshot of children’s development at the time they start school. It can used by local communities to support the planning and delivery of children’s early years services.
A plan to support principals, teachers and students to think globally and help prepare students for the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century.
Providing free kindergarten programs to three-year-old children from disadvantaged backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and those known to child protection.
Every Toddler Talking is a research trial investigating effective ways to give children aged birth to three a strong foundation in language and communication. It involves early childhood educators and speech pathologists working together to improve children’s language and communication skills.
There are a wide range of technologies used in Victorian schools to extend learning opportunities, enrich student experiences and improve learning outcomes.
The project aims to improve learning outcomes for Victorian children from birth to 12 years, by supporting parents, educators, practitioners and professionals across early childhood and primary school settings to develop a comprehensive, cohesive and seamless approach to children’s learning.
Victorian children and young people should have the opportunity to engage with music, regardless of their school and background. In order to ensure that all schools have access to music education, this government has committed a total of $2 million over the next four years.
This initiative provides government schools and students with the opportunity to take part in a range of programs including dance, drama, music and visual arts and in state productions and performing ensembles.
The panel provides a broad range of professional learning programs to develop the knowledge and skills of staff employed in schools, early childhood settings and regional and central offices.
This framework encourages early childhood professionals to work with families to improve the learning and development of all children from birth to eight years of age.