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School ‘disaster’ looms

Brimbank council will call on the state government for immediate action to prevent a looming education “disaster” in Derrimut. Despite a huge growth in population,...

More than a dough ball

Grade six pupils at Resurrection Catholic School ditched the textbooks for aprons last week. The school was visited by educational incursion provider Big Pocket Productions...

Bellissimo poetry

Springside West Secondary College may have only introduced Italian classes this year, but they’re already having an impact. The school entered 73 students in a...

College Koorie program recognised

The Grange P-12 College’s efforts to be inclusive and respectful have earned the school a spot at this year’s Victorian Education Excellence Awards. Teachers and...

100 years of learning

Pupils at Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception School recently stepped back in time to celebrate a special occasion. The Sunshine school officially is 100...

School zone anger

By Tate Papworth and Laura Michell   Up to 20 students from Springside College in Caroline Springs are fighting a “bureaucratic bungle” which has locked them...

Small ideas, big impact for pupils

More than 130 pupils from schools in Wyndham and Brimbank visited Werribee Open Range Zoo recently to share ideas about how to create a...

Grand sign for these kids

Standing in the middle of the MCG on AFL grand final day is a dream many Australians aspire, and for a group of St...

Moon shines on festival

Catholic Regional College St Albans is gearing up for one of its biggest celebrations. The school will be holding its annual moon festival this Thursday,...

Turning lives around

An automotive school in Braybrook has been helping troubled youth make a U-turn and get their lives back on track for a quarter of...

My Brimbank: Matthew Williams

What’s your connection to Brimbank. I grew up in the western suburbs. I’ve lived here my whole life. I’m originally from Melton, so after completing...

A lesson in history

St Albans Primary School staff and students had 130 reasons to celebrate last week. On Friday the school marked its 130th birthday and principal Joanne...

Stars in the making

Springside West College is less than two years old, but its drama stars are already getting national recognition. The Fraser Rise school entered in the...

Brimbank teachers using social media to involve parents in education

A trio of teachers from Sunshine have taken their ideas for family engagement in education to the other side of the world. The Sunshine Family...

Goodstart welcomes all

Children at Goodstart Early Learning Sydenham were paid a special visit last week. Recently anointed NAIDOC Person of the Year Dean Duncan conducted a smoking...

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Brimbank archives

Star Weekly looks back through the pages of its predecessors. 40 years ago December 9, 1981 The State Government has finally given the go ahead for...