Aboriginal artwork symbolises professional development journey

Learning Journey supports and guides Victorian learning specialists through capability areas

Water Safety Week delivers vital messages for children

Increasing awareness of water safety as summer approaches

Victorian Education Excellence Awards winners announced

School staff recognised for outstanding dedication and achievement in government education

State budget highlights 2020/21

As our state emerges from the global pandemic, we need to make sure all Victorians have the support they need. Explore our education and training highlights.

Victorian Early Years Awards finalists announced

Early years organisations, teachers and educators are among those recognised

Victorian student wins bronze at International Olympiad in Informatics

Success for Year 12 student Quang Ong, despite remote learning and keeping up with his VCE studies

Early childhood teachers celebrated on World Teachers’ Day

This year's World Teachers' Day on 30 October will shine a light on the tireless dedication and passion of our teachers.

Celebrating World Teachers’ Day

We recognise Victoria’s outstanding teachers in World Teachers’ Day celebrations

TAFE teachers share their successes on World Teachers’ Day

Sarah Eldridge and Syndi Grambau discuss their experiences of remote and flexible teaching

Creating a sense of community while learning from home

Victorian principals and their school leadership teams have shown their value as leaders of their schools and their communities during the two periods of remote and flexible learning.

Student innovators rise to pandemic design challenge

Student innovators excel in the Young Change Agents Coronavirus Design Challenge

Play Learn Grow text message program supports early learning

Parents and carers have until 25 October to sign up to valuable advice service.

Tech School students ahead of the game on pandemic

Years 9 and 10 students used design thinking to solve a now global problem

Going with the FLO and thriving

A flexible approach, combining online learning and in-class delivery for children of essential workers kept Swan Hill College's Flexible Learning program flowing during lockdown

Small school shows big growth

Remote and flexible learning is offering the students and staff of a tiny school in central Victoria the chance to thrive in new and creative ways.

Koonung students thrive through engagement and support

Keeping students connected and engaged is the key plank to Koonung Secondary College's approach to remote and flexible learning.

Toorak Primary School teachers thankful for support in producing videos for students learning from home

The journey through remote and flexible learning for two Toorak Primary School teachers has been all the better thanks to colleagues and support staff with a passion for education

Celebrating graduation 2020-style

Schools are preparing exciting and flexible graduation celebrations that cover remote or on-site scenarios

Brimbank Pre-school Association (BPA) Case Study

Brimbank Pre-school Association (BPA), an early years management organisation in Melbourne’s west, used innovative ways to make sure children could get the most out of their remote and flexible kindergarten learning, no matter their background.

Northern Schools Early Years Cluster (NSEYC) Case Study

Kindergarten services in Melbourne’s northern suburbs have been using a range of methods to help families support their young children’s learning and development and stay connected while they’ve been at home during coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions.