Primary school students achieve Global GoalsOver 130 Year 5-6 Victorian students have come together to create a better future using the United Nation’s (UN) Global Goals.Seventeen years on and still going strongSue Meli won Vocational Student of the Year Award in 2002 and the Victorian Training Award still impresses potential clients.Bees with BackpacksStudents join world-first international scientific research in a global project to save bees from extinction. Radio star Jacinta Parsons: my favourite teacherABC radio host Jacinta Parsons visited her old school to thank her favourite teacher for giving her the self-belief to follow her dreams.Billy Elliot eat your heart out!Treading the boards of Melbourne’s historic State Theatre has been a lifelong dream for Nathan Pavey, who finished Year 12 last year at the Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School.Staying in the right head spaceFor former VCE student Maryam Ahmed, the key to success in Year 12 is breaking your workload down into manageable bites – and remembering what you’re working towards.Immersing students in Minecraft’s Mini Melbourne Mini Melbourne is a Minecraft virtual city created by the Department and the Metro Tunnel Project as an education resource. Creating little readers from birth to year oneInspire your children to be keen readers during the Premiers’ Reading Challenge. When I grow up - starting career education earlyThey're only in Year 2 and 3, but the students of Rosanna Golflinks Primary School are already thinking about their futures.Findmyschool.vic.gov.au helps parents plan their children's futurefindmyschool.vic.gov.au is a new website that shows the zones of all public schools in Victoria.School career practitioners helped me, says young aspiring lawyerComing to Australia seven years ago from Afghanistan, Rocky is on track towards a bright future thanks to her school’s careers practitioner.VCE VET like a boss: Kiralee’s hair and beauty careerA VCE VET course in Hair and Beauty was the beginning of Kiralee’s journey towards owning and running her own business.We’re Victorians: Canterbury Primary School wins cultural diversity prizeCanterbury Primary School’s Year 6 class won their category in the Cultural Diversity Week’s Primary School Short Film competition.Passions and Pathways shows Bendigo children their career potentialSchool and community partnerships are setting the path to future work and opening a world of possibility. The Conversation's Curious Kids comes to the classroomFour Victorian primary schools recently participated in live Curious Kids workshops, led by The Conversation.Students create modern solutions at Top Designs Fashion, graphic design, short films and electronic devices created by 2018 VCE students are on display at the Melbourne Museum as part of Top Designs.Specialist students’ skills on show in MelbourneCroxton Specialist School students showed their gardening talents to the world as part of the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show. Books for kids of all abilities Braille books are giving kids like Robert the opportunity to read and participate in school.Voice for Change puts students in the spotlightWith the help of professional mentors, secondary school students wrote, produced and performed their own single. Learning about cultural diversity through the Premiers’ Reading ChallengeKilberry Valley Primary School students say reading culturally diverse books helps them learn about each other. 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.