After a trying year for all last year, there’s no denying that the students who adapted to online learning and education and the training institutions that pivoted to offering online classes all deserve a pat on the back. In light of the return to face-to-face learning, and with Education Week from May 23-29, Mornington Peninsula Magazine thought it was the ideal time to showcase the many Mornington Peninsula and Greater Frankston education and training institutions.
Now in its 77th year, Education Week endeavours to positively profile and celebrate the strengths and achievements of Victoria’s public education sector. Building Connections is the theme for 2021 and will focus on celebrating the connections between schools and communities and strengthening the bonds between families and carers. All primary and secondary schools, higher education institutions and early childhood services have the opportunity during Education Week to showcase how they’re building connections with the community around them.
Of course, learning never stops and isn’t restricted to typical schooling. Another feature to emerge from lockdown was people using all the extra time on their hands to learn a new skill, pick up a musical instrument, tutor themselves in a new language and even teach their dogs new tricks. So what are you waiting for? Make an inquiry or book a tour today – your future awaits.