'Life changing' Victorian Training Award for BretBeing a Victorian Training Award winner has been a ‘life-changing’ experience for Bret Ryan.A rewarding career at Athol Road KindergartenAthol Road Kindergarten teachers Rhiannon Williams and Anita McDonnell had a simple reason to pursue an early childhood career: the children.Spirit of ANZAC prize openThe Premier’s Spirit of ANZAC Prize (SOAP) is now open for submissions from teacher chaperones and Year 9 and 10 students. Students use artificial intelligence for goodTwo Werribee Secondary College students are the Victorian state winners in Microsoft’s AI for Good Challenge.More than 100 ways to celebrate Children's WeekCooking, gardening, meeting reptiles and bugs, magic and plenty of playtime – Children’s Week is full of activities across Victoria Winners of the 65th Victorian Training Awards announcedThe training sector’s night of nights saw a record number of nominations. Buddies and laughs in the Premiers' Reading ChallengeThis year almost 113,000 students and children completed the Premiers’ Reading Challenge. Together, they read a total of 4.3 million books.Victorian Education Excellence Awards finalists announcedFinalists for the Victorian Education Excellence Awards (VEEA) were announced on Monday 19 September. Bullying prevention poster competition winners are upstandingNine students were selected from over 140 entries for their posters promoting upstander behaviour. 6 ways to motivate your child to read Keep the Premiers’ Reading Challenge momentum going with these top reading tips.Students get ready to be Spectacular at Melbourne ArenaOver 3000 students from across Victoria are running through their final rehearsals in preparation to perform at Melbourne Arena next weekend.Full STEAM ahead at Lilydale High SchoolLilydale High School Learning Specialist Tony Vallance won Teacher of the Year at the Australian Education AwardsStudents answer your VET questionsStudents from across Victoria sat down to answer all the burning questions about vocational education and training (VET) programs.Lots to love in the first 100 days of PrepAbbotsford Primary School and Rosanna Golf Links Preps recently celebrated their first 100 days of school.Students discover a brighter future at Casey Tech School Casey Tech School’s Science, Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) enterprise program is transforming learning for Kambrya College students. Spectacular Narre Warren South P-12Narre Warren South P-12 College is celebrating their cultural diversity and successful music program at the Victorian State Schools Spectacular. There's a book for that: Premiers' Reading ChallengeThe Premiers Reading Challenge shows that there’s a book for every child.Premiers' Reading Challenge: Book review winners announcedTwo secondary school students become the first ever Reader’s Review Competition winners.Teacher reflects on 35 years in educationAnne Hamilton emigrated to Australia in 1984 to teach during a shortage of Maths and Science teachers and now looks back on her time in education.PESA Victorian State FinalCommunicating with Australia’s deaf community and emotion taking over politics the standout speeches at this year’s Plain English Speaking Award state final. See full list of stories Victorians shine at national training awards Victoria’s top trainees and training providers have taken out national titles at last night’s Australian Training Awards. 2016 Caulfield South drummers march on for Remembrance Day Caulfield Primary School Drum Corps marched proudly towards state Remembrance Day service.