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Teach young children about bullying to stop it

Stopping children from bullying each other starts with their understanding of it; telling them what bullying is and involves assists in stopping bullying from happening.
   Bullying prevention expert Dr Lesley-Anne Ey says that bullying takes place in all forms from an early age. She says children have limited understanding of bullying and that more needs to be done to explicitly educate them. Read More

 

8 May 2018 | Melbourne
A night at the opera comes to classrooms News Image

Primary school students in Victoria will be able to have an intimate look at one of our better regarded operatic companies as Victorian Opera launches its new digital education series. Read More

7 May 2018
Big problem, shrimpy solution News Image

A bright idea and some mentoring will take 15-year-old Angelina Arora all the way to the USA; Arora’s shrimp bioplastic will be representing Australia at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) in Pittsburgh. Read More

7 May 2018 | NSW
Creativity needs to be taught, but how? News Image

As much as maths and science skills, creativity to harness them and put them to work has been put at a premium if we’re to thrive, but how is creativity taught or encouraged? Read More

4 May 2018
More maths focus needed News Image

We’re not doing enough maths. It isn’t being taken up by senior high school students and it isn’t a pre-requisite for a lot of uni courses which always used to require it, resulting in a shortage of properly trained maths professionals. Read More

4 May 2018 | National
Mindfulness for happier schools News Image

Schools will be now able to access Australia’s first dedicated mindfulness curriculum thanks to a collaboration between leading educators, psychologists and mindfulness experts. Read More

3 May 2018 | USA
Grime proofing everything News Image

Grimey, sticky fingers everywhere on everything, germs, viruses it’s enough to make you sick, literally. But thanks to science we’re entering a new age of cleanliness with the discovery of a new anti-everything coating. Read More

2 May 2018 | USA
Mass school shootings highest ever News Image

If it seems that the frequency of high school mass shootings in the US is increasing you would be correct: more people have died or been injured in mass school shootings in the US in the past 18 years than in the entire 20th century. Read More

2 May 2018 | International
Why “Why?” is a good thing News Image

Curiosity may not have worked out well for the cat but it's a good thing when teaching children how to read and do maths and for children from poorer communities, curiosity is even more important for higher academic achievement. Read More

2 May 2018 | Queensland
Walking to school, all good News Image

The Pedestrian Council of Australia is calling on Queensland kids to put down their iPads and get walking by participating in national Walk Safely to School Day on Friday, 18 May. Read More

2 May 2018 | Victoria
Vic Catholic Education calls funding “a shambles” News Image

A year after Gonski 2.0, the Catholic Education Commission of Victoria has voiced its opinions about Senator Simon Birmingham’s funding package and it's not happy, to put it mildly. Read More

1 May 2018
Gonski 2.0 responses – academics speak News Image

It’s been out for a few days now and the punditry has weighed in on the ideas that Gonski has forwarded. Predictably, there’s a range of responses varying from the very positive to the very negative. Read More

1 May 2018 | Queensland
Life in the fast lane at The Southport School News Image

The Southport School with Data#3 has implemented a next-generation wireless network, now having the ability to manage more than 3000 different devices for 1600 students, and provide internet access across its 100-acre campus. Read More