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Britt Ditterich

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July 17, 2018

Register Now for 2018 Rural Education Conference

You're invited to the Country Education Partnership's Rural Education Conference! Date: September 3&4. Location: Bayview Eden, Queens Rd, Melbourne. In  2018, the conference will aim to provide a genuine opportunity for education leaders, educators and support staff working in rural, remote and small education settings to celebrate their achievements while also…
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Bush voicesUncategorized
July 17, 2018

Pay It Forward

  From the bright lights of Sydney to the tiny town of Dingee; a team of dedicated university students has made its mark in Central Victoria as part of a quest to 'pay it forward'. The concept: to escape city life and head bush on a big bus, helping a…
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Bush voicesGreat Rural Projects
July 17, 2018

The Sky’s the Limit for Werrimull STEM Learning

(PHOTO CAPTION) (L-R BACK) Samuel Oliver, Cameron Symes, Thomas Fox, Grace Kelly, Dakota Webb, Shania Axford (FRONT) Kathryn Charles, Kaitlin Hards, Claudia Fox, Hannah Fox, Evette Rowe.   Werrimull P-12 has lifted learning to the sky, with the purchase of two drones to be used as part of its STEM…
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Bush voices
July 17, 2018

Workshop Your Student Voice!

In a first for the Victorian Student Representative Council (VicSRC), a series of touring Student Voice Workshops has been announced, with ten new locations across the state. The workshops (formerly known as Regional Conferences) aim to foster collaborative work between students, teachers and principals on common issues, driving positive change…
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Bush voices
July 17, 2018

Swan Hill Superstars create short film to Focus on Ability!

(PHOTO CAPTION L-R: Venessa Timms, Callum McLean, Natasha Moloney, Kaniz Qorbani, Mary Ann Gilbert, Liam Curtis)   The Swan Hill Specialist School (SHSS) has been named a finalist in an international film competition, celebrating the achievements of people living with disabilities.   Almost 300 entries have been made to the…
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Bush voices
July 17, 2018

Professional Learning at Bastow

The Bastow Institute of Educational Leadership, a branch of the Department of Education and Training, offers leadership professional learning for Victorian primary, secondary and early childhood education professionals. See Bastow for information on the full suite of programs, courses, professional practice and events. Current opportunities that may be of interest…
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Bush voices
June 14, 2018

Rural Ed Conference 2018

The date for CEP's Rural Education Conference has been set and you're invited - 3rd to 4th September 2018, Bayview Eden, Queens Rd, Melbourne. In  2018, the conference will aim to provide a genuine opportunity for education leaders, educators and support staff working in rural, remote and small education settings…
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Bush voices
June 14, 2018

Nominations Open for 2018 Rural Education Award

The  Country Education Partnership (CEP) is now accepting entries for the 2018 Rural Education Award. The Award has been set out as a means to showcase the outstanding achievements and practices of inspirational educators, education leaders and organisations, from right across Victoria's rural and remote regions. It aims to celebrate…
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Bush voices
April 24, 2018

Re-establishment of the P-12 Education Network

The Country Education Partnership (CEP) is pleased to announce the re-establishment of a state-wide P-12 Education Network, with a launching forum to be held next month. All education mentors -- from Principals through to leading teachers -- are encouraged to take part, with international leadership presenter, Steve Munby, to head…
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Bush voices
April 24, 2018

2018 Rural Youth Ambassadors Announced

  A team of 20 students has been unveiled as this year's Rural Youth Ambassador (RYA) cohort -- the largest group since the program's inception. Country Education Partnership CEO Phil Brown said the geographical diversity of this year's group was its stand-out feature. "We've got representatives from as far north…
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