Bringing Koorie stories to life at St Georges Road Primary SchoolEarlier this year, St Georges Road Primary School’s Year 5 students interpreted the Aboriginal story ‘How the Murray River was Made’ through a tiled three-panelled mural. I CAN breaks down barriers for autistic studentsAutistic school students shared their experiences at an International Day of People with Disabilities panel discussion with State government staff and educational professionals.Summer heat warning: Never leave kids in cars Australia is about to have a hotter summer than usual, so now it’s important as ever to remember: never leave your kids in the car.Berwick Lodge Primary School wins gardens awardBerwick Lodge Primary School’s accessible, sustainable, historical and fun gardens were a winner at recent Victorian School Gardens Awards.Chisholm Institute students restore a link to Clayton’s pastOver 200 building and construction students at Chisholm Institute had the rare opportunity to work on restoring a heritage-listed shelter at Clayton railway station.Victorian Training Award (VTA) is Rory’s gift that keeps on giving Rory Smeaton’s VTA’s Koorie Student of the Year win in 2010 set off a whirlwind career trajectory that today continues to propel him forward.School project opens up a world of learning for Moreland Primary SchoolStudents at Moreland Primary School are engaging in projects that include civics, geography, politics, economics, digital media, music and creative writing.Young people awarded for empowering diverse studentsThree school students – including a 5-year-old Prep student – won awards for their contributions to education in diverse communities.Awards celebrate the best in early childhood educationThis week, the Victorian Early Years Awards celebrated the exceptional contributions of individuals and organisations in early childhood education.Education champions celebrated at the Victorian Education Excellence AwardsInnovation, leadership and inclusion were common themes among the winners of the Victorian Education Excellence Awards (VEEAs). School sustainability fit for a royalHundreds of schoolchildren in Albert Park and surrounds had a memorable day last week when Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Sussex came to visit.Aboriginal language programs available for more schools and kindersSchools and early childhood services across Victoria are teaching Aboriginal languages with the support of Aboriginal teachers, Elders and communities. Bendigo Tech School now openVictoria’s tenth and final Tech School is now open in Bendigo - the end of a project to give students access to STEM hubs and innovative learning programs.Bigger, new, modern and tall: see the School Design Awards winnersArchitects and designers who have provided innovative, creative and practical schools for Victorian students were recognised at the Victoria School Design Awards. VTAs recognise excellence in vocational education and training13 outstanding apprentices, students, teachers, employers and training providers won Victorian Training Awards (VTA) on 24 August.2019 Prep bags' winning designTop Designs student Emma Panozzo’s design will be featured on 70,000 Prep bags across the state in 2019.Paralympian Matt Haanappel's favourite teacherParalympic gold medallist Matthew Haanappel returns to Melba College in Croydon to visit his favourite teacher, Terry Bennett. Learning reaches great heights at Brentwood Secondary CollegeLearning to fly is now a VCE subject at Brentwood Secondary School.Full STEAM ahead at Lilydale High SchoolA teacher is bringing science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM) education to life at Lilydale High School. Carlton football club player Jed Lamb and his favourite teacherCarlton Football Club player Jed Lamb returned to Yarram Primary School to visit his favourite teacher, Margaret Beagley. See full list of stories Victorians shine at national training awards Victoria’s top trainees and training providers have taken out national titles at last night’s Australian Training Awards. 2016 Caulfield South drummers march on for Remembrance Day Caulfield Primary School Drum Corps marched proudly towards state Remembrance Day service.