How Kingsbury Primary School became a leader in inclusive educationThe story of how one student helped transform an entire school into a leader in inclusive education.Tanya McDonald on education and her experiences of family violence Mother of four Tanya McDonald enrolled in a Diploma of Community Services at South West TAFE. During her studies, Tanya worked as a paralegal, helping vulnerable women while recovering from her own experiences of family violence.Geelong Tech School transforms STEM education for local schoolsTech schools are opening up new pathways for students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).Victorian Training Award helps Miranda make a differenceWinning a Victorian Training Award has opened up ‘great opportunities’ for Miranda Edwards. Students learn local Aboriginal language from Uncle Locky Uncle Locky Eccles is teaching kindergarten students in Warrnambool Peek Wooroong, the local Aboriginal language. Women in STEM challenge inspires Gippsland girls Year 9 and 10 students travelled to Gippsland Tech School for a three-day, Women in STEM - Foodbytes Challenge.New design for Prep Bags 20202019 Top Arts, Top Designs and 2018 Premier’s VCE Awards Art and Design students participated in a competition to create a 2020 Prep bag design. Victorian Education Excellence Awards celebrate Victorian schoolsThe Victorian Education Excellence Awards recognised inspirational teachers, principals, business managers and education support staff.Celebrating World Teachers' Day In recognition of the talent, hard work and commitment of teachers everywhere, Victoria is celebrating World Teachers’ Day this Friday, 25 October.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. Victorian Education Excellence Awards finalists: Kondilo and the Pavilion SchoolMeet two of our Victorian Education Excellence Awards finalists - a secondary principal and a specialist school.'Life changing' Victorian Training Award for BretBeing a Victorian Training Award winner has been a ‘life-changing’ experience for Bret Ryan.A rewarding career at Athol Road KindergartenAthol Road Kindergarten teachers Rhiannon Williams and Anita McDonnell had a simple reason to pursue an early childhood career: the children.Spirit of ANZAC prize openThe Premier’s Spirit of ANZAC Prize (SOAP) is now open for submissions from teacher chaperones and Year 9 and 10 students. Students use artificial intelligence for goodTwo Werribee Secondary College students are the Victorian state winners in Microsoft’s AI for Good Challenge.More than 100 ways to celebrate Children's WeekCooking, gardening, meeting reptiles and bugs, magic and plenty of playtime – Children’s Week is full of activities across Victoria Winners of the 65th Victorian Training Awards announcedThe training sector’s night of nights saw a record number of nominations. Buddies and laughs in the Premiers' Reading ChallengeThis year almost 113,000 students and children completed the Premiers’ Reading Challenge. Together, they read a total of 4.3 million books.Victorian Education Excellence Awards finalists announcedFinalists for the Victorian Education Excellence Awards (VEEA) were announced on Monday 19 September. Bullying prevention poster competition winners are upstandingNine students were selected from over 140 entries for their posters promoting upstander behaviour. 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.