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Carving out a legacy

Creativity is at the heart of the newest program at Lakeview Senior College in Caroline Springs. Year 12 students are carving out a “legacy” by...

Sustainability in action

There’s an old adage – it’s a jungle out there.But for students at Caroline Chisholm Catholic College it’s a jungle in the classroom. The school’s...

Students lead the way

Staff and students at Brookside College will live the message of reconciliation, following the painting of a new mural in the school foyer last...

My Brimbank: Peta Hayes

What’s your connection to Brimbank?   I’ve lived here for 20 years. I’ve always been involved around the place. My kids went to East Sunshine Kindergarten,...

Winging it in welcome win

A colourful creation by Furlong Park School for Deaf Children pupils has been voted as Brimbank’s favourite. Pupils from seven primary schools last year decorated...

Kids get a wriggle on for grow show

Pupils at Furlong Park School for Deaf Children have been rolling up their sleeves and getting their hands dirty with growing enthusiasm. The school recently...

Music to their ears

Get ready to hear the people sing. Catholic Regional College Sydenham is gearing up to perform its first musical production and they haven’t started small. The...

Labor funding pledge for Brimbank schools

Labor candidate for Fraser Daniel Mulino says Brimbank’s public schools will receive $28.61 million if the ALP wins the election. The money is part of...

Joint choir a class act

Students from six school choirs will join voices for a spectacular event this Thursday. The Sacred Music Choral Festival will be held at Caroline Chisholm...

Leap of faith pays off

Two years ago, Victoria University Polytechnic graduate Ronald Ramos swapped his career as an IT specialist to become a visual artist. At 36, the late-blooming...

Top marks for Brimbank schools

Brimbank schools are celebrating their achievements following the release of Naplan results. The Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) updated its My School website...

A family celebration

The tight-knit St Peter’s Catholic Primary School community has celebrated the school’s 40th anniversary. Past and present pupils and other guests last month enjoyed a...

Gift that keeps giving

A Taylors Lakes assistant principal has taken out a top education award for her efforts in shaping her school’s gifted young minds. Taylors Lakes Secondary...

Forging new connections

An organisation which supports young people in schools is calling for volunteers. EdConnect, a not-for-profit organisation, aims to help young people who are at-risk of...

Galloper’s visit a school delight

Emmaus Catholic Primary School pupils could be forgiven for a bit of horsing around last week. The Sydenham school received a visit from retired thoroughbred...

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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...