A strong biosecurity system – ‘Come Clean,Go Clean’ a winning formula

Tail of Pigs – The winner of The Archibull Prize 2017 Best Biosecurity Animation was Little Bay Community of Schools The Little Bay Community of Schools concept is the perfect example of how successful schools can be when they pool their resources and expertise. Little Bay Community of Schools brings together the five primary schools who … Continue reading “A strong biosecurity system – ‘Come Clean,Go Clean’ a winning formula”

What teachers value most about participating in The Archibull Prize

Expressions of interest are now open for The Archibull Prize 2018. Make the finals and you too can meet Costa We have listened and delivered. After a three week judging tour, over 40 video interviews and written teacher case studies we are sharing the secret to success.  See The Archibull Prize teacher insights page here. As you … Continue reading “What teachers value most about participating in The Archibull Prize”

The Archibull Prize showcased at teacher sustainability conference

Talking about her experiences with Art4Agriculture’s Archibull Prize, Matraville Sports High School teacher Sarah Robinson was the keynote speaker at the  2017 Steps to Sustainability Conference held in Melbourne recently. The conference, established by Julie Wynne, Sustainability Coordinator at St. Louis de Montfort’s school and Karen Jones, Education Manager at Port Phillip Ecocentre, encourages leaders … Continue reading “The Archibull Prize showcased at teacher sustainability conference”

Archies in Parliament

It is with great pleasure that we share with you the winners  of The Archibull Prize 2015  The Hon Niall Blair MP with students and teacher Sarah Robinson from Matraville Sports High School   Not only was the Hon Niall Blair Minister Minister for NSW Primary Industries, Land and Water on hand to congratulate the … Continue reading “Archies in Parliament”

Using agriculture as a lens and working with champions and clusters to provide educational equity for young Australians

Everyone benefits when we work together to get best outcomes for students in rural Australia. Western Sydney University hosted students from Wee Waa and Lake Cargelligo for a taste of uni experience  This post will be part of a series sharing the partnerships Picture You in Agriculture is nurturing to support community champions and organisations … Continue reading “Using agriculture as a lens and working with champions and clusters to provide educational equity for young Australians”