You can’t do craft without a bit of Bostik and the makers of the sticky essential are launching their latest competition awarding the creativity of primary school children. Read More
Some 538 Australian schools are set to receive up to $1000 each, around 500k in total, for environmental projects as the recipients of the first round of the Woolworths Junior Landcare Grants program. Read More
Mental health, school funding and digital literacy are top of mind for parents regarding their children’s education with an overarching concern around support for quality teachers and teaching. Read More
With over 50 nationalities represented British School Jakarta has a very international student group and a global perspective, the IB program is a good match.
The 2019 SACE Art Show four-week exhibition at Light Square Gallery features paintings and drawings, sculptures, jewellery, costumes and multimedia works created by 129 Year 12 students. Read More
Vivid Sydney has launched its inaugural Vivid School giving High School students in Years 9–12 the opportunity to meet artists behind the event’s light installations and inform them about careers in creative industries. Read More
An international reputation for innovation in education has seen Cambridge University include Central Coast Grammar School alongside 800 elite organisations recognised for their innovative practise in the Innovation 800 publication. Read More
The Vic government is encouraging not-for-profits in the state to apply for grants to fund Education Week activities. This year is the 75th annual Education Week, which will have ‘Celebrating Careers’ as its theme. Read More
A guide backed by years of research into bullying gives teachers a reference when confronted with cyberbullying and has been incorporated into the acclaimed PEACE Pack. Read More
The Wiggles are coming to Wakakirri with Emma Watkins the yellow Wiggle joining the 2019 National Panel. Emmy the dancing, drum playing, French speaking, bow wearing Wiggle is also a passionate advocate for sign language. Read More
When kids play with LEGO they’re creating, designing and engineering and the latest LEGOLAND Discovery Centre competition is encouraging that tradition.
In a progressive piece of cultural exchange students from the top academic primary school in Shandong Province, Shouguang Century School, China, came to Paddington to practice English and make films. Read More