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Former Principal Takes Up CEO Role – The Educator Online

When Simon Gipson stepped down as the head of St Michael’s Grammar school last year, concluding what can only be described as an illustrious career, he began the onerous task of deciding what to do next. Read the full article here.   Read full article →

JB HiFi Awarded Excellence For Workplace Generosity – The Channel News

JB Hi-Fi has been ranked Australia’s best company for promoting charitable generosity among its staff, following recognition at this year’s Workplace Giving Excellence Awards. Hosted by The Australian Charities Fund (ACF), JB Hi-Fi and The Good Guys were two of six organisations to receive gold accolades for their successful workplace giving programs. The Workplace Giving […]   Read full article →

The music teachers in the running for an ARIA – Teacher Magazine

The ARIA Awards are the Australian music industry’s big night and this year, for the first time, four school educators are battling it out to become ARIA Music Teacher Of The Year. The nominees are: Alex Manton, from Asquith Girls High School in Sydney, New South Wales; Julie Layt, from Crescent Lagoon State School in […]   Read full article →

Finalists Named in 2017 Workplace Giving Excellence Awards – Pro Bono Australia

Finalists have been announced for the 2017 Workplace Giving Excellence Awards, recognising leadership, innovation, collaboration and best practice by employer and community organisations. The top award, for best overall workplace giving program, sees finalists from the banking industry, a music retailer, an online job site and an event company. The finalists in the awards, presented […]   Read full article →

Music teacher ARIA recognises influential educators – The Examiner

Australian music awards, the ARIAS, has recognised the role teachers play in inspiring musicians by announcing the inaugural ARIA music teacher of the year award. The new ARIA will shine the spotlight on music teachers who are igniting fires in the bellies of their students Travis Hennessy has been teaching music for 10 years at […]   Read full article →

The Song Room: Using music to bridge the education gap – 774 ABC

Around 75 per cent of primary schools in Victoria don’t have a specialist music teacher. In an effort to bridge the education gap for students from disadvantaged backgrounds. The Song Room runs classes in these schools. 774 ABC reporter Clare Rawlinson met the students and their teachers, to explore how music improves general education outcomes. […]   Read full article →

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