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Melton schools share $5.4 million in extra funding

A $680,000 funding boost for Melton Secondary College will help improve students literacy, numeracy and creative thinking, principal David Reynolds believes. Last week, the state...

Musical heaven for Balliang East primary school

Singing the same song at the same time with students across Australia has become a tradition for students at Balliang East Primary School. In the...

Coburn Primary School turns 40

Coburn Primary School students and staff are eagerly looking forward to blowing out 40 candles at the end of the year. The Melton South school...

Kurunjang puplis celebrate multiculturalism

School uniforms were left hanging in wardrobes last week when Kurunjang Secondary College students donned the clothing of their cultures instead. Students celebrated their diversity...

Classes in wonderland

A fantasy world came to life at Melton South Primary School last week when grade 1 and 2 pupils dressed up as their favourite...

What came first, the chickens or the excitement?

Squealing students and chirping chicks . . . it’s been an epic two weeks at Kurunjang primary school. As part of their life cycle studies, grade 1...

Science student becomes the master

Kaylah will take over the reins from her science teachers next Thursday. The Kurunjang Secondary College student will be teaching grade 5 and 6 pupils...

Fables feed fertile minds

A fantasy world came to life at Melton South Primary School last week when grade 1...

Melton student’s spectacular effort

Melton’s pupils will show off some fancy footwork and groovy moves at Hisense Arena next month. Melton West Primary School pupils will take part in...

School bush garden to stregthen Aboriginal ties

Pupils of Altona Meadows Primary School have planted a bush garden in a bid to strengthen ties between Aboriginal students and the local Indigenous...

Students sleep rough to help the homeless

For tens of thousands of Victorians, a home is a corner on the side of a road or a damp spot under a bridge. There’s...

Education Minister visits local schools

Education was high on Melton MP Don Nardella’s agenda last week when he joined Education Minister James Merlino for a tour of schools and...

Murder mystery night

There’s a murder mystery waiting to be solved at St Anthony’s Primary School. The Melton South school has organised an ’80s-themed Murder Mystery Night to...

Moorabool children remembering World War 1

Moorabool’s children are vowing to never forget their forefathers’ roles in World War I. The musical show Remembering World War I will star pupils from...

History on parade at Bacchus Marsh

A horse-drawn Cobb and Co coach will lead participants dressed in period costumes through the streets of Bacchus Marsh on Friday. It’s all part of...

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Police focus on Elder Abuse

Police are urging Victorians, including those in Melton and Moorabool, that know or suspect an older person is being abused are being urged to...

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