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Bush voices
May 21, 2020

From our Chair

The Country Education Partnership (CEP) recently held its 2020 Annual General Meeting via Zoom. More than 50 people attended including individuals from rural education communities, education sectors, and key stakeholder groups who are interested in the work of the CEP. At the AGM, our Chair, Helen Clark, presented her report…

Bush voices
May 21, 2020

Rural Towns Prove We Are Stronger Together

In times of crisis, we can see things through a different lens. Our teachers and school communities have shown their depth of character in 2020 and, we now see the invaluable community leadership role they play in our rural and remote communities – much more than educating our children within…

Bush voices
May 21, 2020

An Afternoon with Dr Fraser

The Country Education Partnership is pleased to be working with The Flourish Movement, in facilitating a great opportunity for school staff to be involved in. The workshop will be delivered through a webinar and is focused on: “sustaining your well being and engagement during struggle and uncertainty”. DATE: Tuesday, 16th…

Bush voicesGreat Rural Projects
May 21, 2020

“Monday Funday” at Avenel Primary School

In the wake of the bushfires and COVID-19, the CEP has been speaking with numerous principals across the state. Here is one story from Avenel Primary School, with new Principal, Ross Davis only starting in the role at the beginning of 2020. At Avenel Primary School, the school and wider…

Bush voicesGreat Rural Projects
May 21, 2020

Remote Learning: Whitfield District Primary School

In the wake of the bushfires and COVID-19, the CEP has been speaking with numerous principals across the state. Here is one story from Whitfield District Primary School. Exceptional Educational Experiences is the vision at Whitfield District Primary School. The school has maintained this vision through the catastrophic Bushfire activity…

Bush voices
May 21, 2020

A Message from Bastow: Professional Learning

Supporting learning continuityNew environments push us to think in different ways, so when I stepped out of my role at the Victorian School Building Authority in March this year to take up the role of interim CEO at Bastow, I was expecting to find myself on a steep learning curve….

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