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New classes a hit with learners

A new range of adult education classes is creating a buzz in Melton. The classes – which run at the Djerriwarrh education and community services...

Book brings schools together

A book written by St Dominic's Primary School students placed in the state and national libraries. The Melton School has been working with students from...

Celebrating 150 years

A century and a half after it first opened its doors, Toolern Vale and District Primary School is ready to celebrate. The school community, old...

College Koorie program recognised

The Grange P-12 College’s efforts to be inclusive and respectful have earned the school a spot at this year’s Victorian Education Excellence Awards. Teachers and...

VCE politics leaves student feeling disrespected

A Melton Secondary College student claims she is being denied opportunities, after the school discontinued a subject she had spent this year preparing for. Year...

Enrolment boom for west schools

By Craig Butt/The Age   When Andrew Neal became principal at Bacchus Marsh Grammar 21 years ago, the fledgling school was home to about 300 students. Back...

Focus on mental health

Brookside College was awash with yellow last week, as the school came together to talk about mental health as part of R U OK...

Designs on sculpture

Staughton College art students have been building their way to success, with a resident artist joining the school recently. Sculptor Ben Taranto spent a week...

Works boost for Melton schools

More than a dozen schools across the Melton region are set for upgrades, following the latest round of state government funding. The government last week...

Characters come to life

Rockbank Primary pupils showed their creative side last week as they bought their favourite book characters to life. As part of Book Week celebrations, pupils...

High flyers on show

Taking a break from their usual school production, Hillside’s Parkwood Green Primary School pupils are putting themselves on the state stage. A dozen pupils from...

Students find time to waste

Melton Secondary College has taken the first steps towards a greener future, after conducting its first waste audit last week. The school, which has previously...

Students put their best feet forward

Christ the Priest Catholic Primary School pupils put their best foot forward last week. Pupils from the school finished a week of fundraising and awareness...

Insight into online safety

Two Melton students could be at the forefront of online safety, after sharing their ideas with technology leaders recently. Catholic Regional College Melton year nine...

From classroom to life

Melton Secondary College students have teamed up with a local charity to help youth homeless get back on their feet. Students from the college’s VCAL...

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Victorians encouraged to become life-makers

The state government has launched a new campaign to help Victorians including those in Melton and Moorabool, start a family through IVF. The campaign is...