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The Power of Imperfect Leadership

The Power of Imperfect Leadership

Country Education Partnership has partnered with leading education experts Steve Munby and Marie-Claire Bretherton for a not-to-be-missed professional development opportunity.Register now and explore the power of imperfect leadership for you, your team, your students...

CEP Discussion Paper: Rural Education in 2020

CEP Discussion Paper: Rural Education in 2020

CEP has delivered the results of our recent research into the challenges faced by remote and rural schools following the significant interruptions to education in 2020. Our initial findings are detailed in the document Rural Education in 2020: Reflections and Impacts...

Energy Breakthrough

Energy Breakthrough

Looking Different in 2020 Sadly, due to the realities of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on many of our Victorian communities, the Energy Breakthrough Festival scheduled to occur in late November, has been cancelled. However, Country Education Partnership, along...

NSW Rural Youth Ambassadors: Inaugural Group

NSW Rural Youth Ambassadors: Inaugural Group

In early July, NSW's inaugural group of Rural Youth Ambassadors gathered for the first time. Encompassing locations from Bourke to Ulladulla and from Singleton to Finley, these young people joined their peers within the Rural Youth Ambassador Virtual Centre in their...

eKids Semester 2 2020

eKids Semester 2 2020

Expressions of Interest are now open for student enrolment in Semester 2, 2020 This is an outstanding opportunity for year 4-6 students passionate about STEM learning to engage in an exciting new online blended learning program that will link like-minded peers with...

Professional Development in Term 3

Professional Development in Term 3

Steve Munby | Webinar Series CEP is pleased to be partnering with Steve Munby to deliver a series of webinars throughout term 3. Steve is highly regarded around the globe for his work and expertise in education and leadership. Throughout this series of webinars Steve...

From our Chair

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...

Rural Towns Prove We Are Stronger Together

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...

An Afternoon with Dr Fraser

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...

“Monday Funday” at Avenel Primary School

“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,...

Remote Learning: Whitfield District Primary School

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...

CEP Annual General Meeting

CEP Annual General Meeting

The Country Education Partnership is pleased to announce that the rescheduled Annual General Meeting (AGM) will take place on: Thursday, 14th May 4.15pm (AEST) via an online video link. With the original AGM in March being postponed due to the COVID-19, the Board...

Rural Youth Ambassadors Go Virtual

Rural Youth Ambassadors Go Virtual

The 2020 Victorian Rural Youth Ambassador (RYA) program received more than 60 nominations of outstanding young people from rural communities across the state.  The cohort is the largest yet, with 25 young people being accepted into the program and are...

Sale Cluster of Rural Schools

Sale Cluster of Rural Schools

There are a group of small rural schools located near Sale, in East Gippsland, who are doing things differently. The Sale cluster consists of eight schools with a total of 275 students. These schools vary in size from 16 through to 73 students. Like many smaller rural...

Rural Youth Ambassadors Expand

Rural Youth Ambassadors Expand

The highly regarded Rural Youth Ambassador program has expanded its reach to include rural and remote young people in other states and territories. The Commonwealth Government have provided significant support for the expansion of the program as a result of the...

Great Opportunities for Rural Schools

Great Opportunities for Rural Schools

Videos for Change Are you looking for high-quality project-based curriculum for remote learning? Videos for Change is launching an online program, which will engage, empower and inspire your students in an end-to-end experience, run by High Resolves professional...

Professional Learning at Bastow

Professional Learning at Bastow

Develop the mindset and tools to work remotely and thrive! The Department has partnered with Genos International to deliver three discrete webinars on how to successfully work and lead remotely.The webinars will support Victorian Government School educators and...

Camperdown College: An Innovative 3-way Buddy System

Camperdown College: An Innovative 3-way Buddy System

In the Lakes and Craters region of South-West Victoria, Camperdown College, a P-12 state school, has created an innovative buddy program that aims to create a sense of belonging for Prep students. The School facilitates a 3-Way Buddy program which extends beyond the...