Hands on Learning, a program supported by Australian aid and development agency Save the Children, was included on the list compiled by education non-profit HundrED. The school-based practical program increases student achievement by creating opportunities for young people to discover their talents and experience success through literal “hands-on” learning. To read the full article … Read More
Hands on Learning Australia (HoLA) and Save the Children joined forces to make it possible for more young Australians to stay connected to school and improve their educational and life outcomes. HoLA and Save the Children share a bold vision – that all young people at risk of disengaging from school will have … Read More
WESTERN Port Secondary College students have been inspired and challenged by their ideas modelled on McClelland Sculpture Park and created their own on the school grounds. Hands On Learning students created ‘Ponder the Pelican’ to perch on top to greet visitors. Their sculpture has won the People’s Choice award. For more details click here.
Melton Secondary College have started HoL. The Melton and Moorobool Star Weekly’s Sumeyya Ilanbey visited the team and ran this story on the 2nd of August.
Rob, Dale and Seral and the HoL team at Brookside College in Caroline Springs have been working on a project to restore donated furniture for a local western suburbs charity that supports people in emergency situations like house fires, domestic violence and refugees. The local Brimbank Leader highlighted their work in last week’s newspaper which … Read More