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Small school shows big growth

Remote and flexible learning is offering the students and staff of a tiny school in central Victoria the chance to thrive in new and creative ways.

Toorak Primary School teachers thankful for support in producing videos for students learning from home

The journey through remote and flexible learning for two Toorak Primary School teachers has been all the better thanks to colleagues and support staff with a passion for education

Celebrating graduation 2020-style

Schools are preparing exciting and flexible graduation celebrations that cover remote or on-site scenarios

Brimbank Pre-school Association (BPA) Case Study

Brimbank Pre-school Association (BPA), an early years management organisation in Melbourne’s west, used innovative ways to make sure children could get the most out of their remote and flexible kindergarten learning, no matter their background.

Northern Schools Early Years Cluster (NSEYC) Case Study

Kindergarten services in Melbourne’s northern suburbs have been using a range of methods to help families support their young children’s learning and development and stay connected while they’ve been at home during coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions.

Pink and Blue Early Learning Case Study

Educators at an Echuca kindergarten embraced video conferencing as a way to keep connections strong between children attending on site and those engaging in remote and flexible learning.

Full STEAM ahead at Gippsland Tech School

It may thrive on a 'hands on' approach, but the latest move to remote and flexible learning hasn't stopped Gippsland Tech School from getting its creative message through

Premiers’ Reading Challenge inspires young book reviewers

Meet the two winners of the 2020 Premiers’ Reading Challenge Reader’s Review competition

What we are striving to achieve

The Education State school targets reflect our focus on excellence and equity, and our goal to equip all students with the personal and practical skills to live the lives they want to live, and get the jobs they need.

  1. Learning for life

  2. Happy, healthy and resilient kids

  3. Breaking the link

  4. Pride and confidence in our schools