Education

Students help bring Elf to life

THE chance to see your own work on the big screen is an opportunity not many people are able to savour, but Moama Anglican Grammar multimedia students have been able to enjoy such an experience.. Students from the school spent weeks creating

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Riverine Herald
Dec 04 2017
Education

Remember the days of the old school yard

MORE than 250 people gathered at Echuca South Primary School to celebrate and remember their days wearing the maroon t-shirt on November 25.. With the whole school decorated with old photographs and walls for people to share memories and slideshows

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Riverine Herald
Dec 04 2017
Education

Funds for fun in school

WOLITHIGA elder Richard Ronnan’s smoking ceremony at last month’s Bamawm Extension Fire Brigade has helped Echuca East Primary School to the tune of $300.. Uncle Richard has donated the proceeds made from the ceremony to the school

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Riverine Herald
Dec 04 2017
Education

MAGS students to ‘get happier’

MOAMA Anglican Grammar primary school students are proving it’s never too soon to learn about good mental health after adopting the Get Happier Project.. Moama Grammar first embraced the whole of the school program in 2015 and are now its

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Riverine Herald
Dec 02 2017
Education

St Mary’s is getting...

PLASTIC is a growing problem in our ecosystem and St Mary’s Primary School has decided to do something about it.. Boomerang Bags is a movement putting an end to plastic pollution by stitching together recyclable materials and creating bags

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Riverine Herald
Dec 02 2017
Education

Catching up with...

STUDENTS at St Mary’s Primary School got acquainted with Australia’s neighbour at a recent cultural day.. Bagus Kan, a Bendigo-based Indonesian cultural workshop provider, immersed the whole school in an array of activities based on

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Riverine Herald
Nov 25 2017
Education

The magic of murals

A WALL at Moama Anglican Grammar School has been the scene of artistic activity for the past four weeks.. The section of the school was a hive of activity when year nine and 10 visual arts students used it for their latest mural.. The colourful

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Riverine Herald
Nov 25 2017
Education

Time for kids to simply push off

SCOOTER Club at Echuca East Primary School has been such a hit demand is outstripping supply and a waiting list has been created.. The Scooter Club involves staff members collecting students from designated pick up points in Echuca East and scooting

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Riverine Herald
Nov 25 2017
Education

Energised for a breakthrough

CLASS 4/5D at Moama Public School will be vying for top honours in the RACV Energy breakthrough this weekend.. The RACV Energy Breakthrough provides opportunities for students, teachers, parents and local industry to work together to design and

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Riverine Herald
Nov 24 2017
Education

St Mary’s students and staff stage their first expo...

ST MARY’S Primary School student Patrick Caffery has the whole world in his hands.. And tonight his little world will go on display at the inaugural St Mary’s Parish Expo.. ‘‘It’s a world with all the churches across

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Tyla Harrington
Nov 24 2017
Education

End of an era for...

LIFE at Echuca South Primary School isn’t quite as Buster Taylor remembers.. The former student felt a sense of bittersweet nostalgia when he returned to the school on Monday, happy to see it again but sad it would soon be gone forever

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Riverine Herald
Nov 22 2017
Education

Grammar appoints its...

MOAMA Anglican Grammar’s student leaders have been officially announced.. The leaders are appointed to represent and uphold the Anglican ethos of the school in the classroom, schoolyard and wider community.. They play a major role in

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Riverine Herald
Nov 18 2017
Education

Asher is Hyped over...

ECHUCA College’s Asher Jones had his work cut out for him when he started teaching at Hype Dance School.. The VET sport and recreation student threw himself in the deep end when he volunteered to teach at the school.. Managing a whole class of

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David Rak
Nov 17 2017
Education

Socktober it to me kids

ANYONE visiting St Mary’s Primary School recently would be forgiven if they had been more than a little confused.. Amongst the thumping feet of the disco, the excited screams of the sock relay or the abundance of children with socks on their

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David Rak
Nov 16 2017
Education

MAGS students teach road safety

SECONDARY students at Moama Anglican Grammar School have been brushing up on their construction skills while passing on valuable road safety tips.. Year 9 and 10 physical activity and sport studies students have been teaching practical skills while

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David Rak
Nov 15 2017
Education

Echuca college farewells students

ECHUCA College said goodbye to its class of 2017 in a spectacular fashion last Thursday.. With students parading around their assembly dressed as bridesmaids, Disney characters and political figures, the leavers spoke fondly of their time at the

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Riverine Herald
Nov 01 2017
Education

Ballet experience

THE Gannawarra Library Service is hosting two storytelling through dance workshops at their Cohuna branch during these school holidays.. A member of The Australian Ballet’s Education team will provide children with a dance and literacy

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Riverine Herald
Oct 02 2017
Education

This is your life

THE Lockington Bush Nursing Centre was packed to the rafters last Thursday as students from Lockington Consolidated School presented the centre’s residents with biographies.. The students worked on them over the term and presented each

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Riverine Herald
Sep 30 2017
Education

A little help can go...

HUNDREDS of paper hands were planted in the garden and plastered all over the classrooms at Echuca Specialist School.. The helping hands were made by all of the students, who wrote the names of five people they could turn to for help or emotional

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Riverine Herald
Sep 30 2017
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