Providing high quality education, teacher development, and opportunities for students to excel at primary and secondary school.
A program that recruits high-achieving individuals to become teachers in disadvantaged communities has received $1 million in funding.
Nominations are now open for the National Disability Awards which celebrate people who help those with a disability to reach their full potential.
Applications are now open for scholarships to help students at risk of homelessness or living in public housing to finish their studies.
‘Internationalising education is about valuing every child, their family, their community.’
Jenny Droge, principal
‘One big success since introducing the iTouches in the classroom has been students’ enthusiasm about our literacy and numeracy groups.’
Marianne Fusillo, teacher, Blackburn Primary School
‘Student participation is a major way to build opportunities for all students to become successful learners.’
Elizabeth Hope Kalas, Year 12 student, Taylors Lakes Secondary College