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Environmental Planting Day 2018

Meadow Heights Education Centre together with Hume City Council had an indigenous planting day.This was held on Wednesday 16th May 2018

  • Students and teachers were involved in planting 300 indigenous tube stock plants.
  • This would help create a haven for bird life and showcase native wild flowers. 

Students from CALD backgrounds were able to distiguish between different types of Australian native plants. 

Neighbourhood House Week 2018

Neighbourhood House Week

  • One the 1st of May 2018 Meadow Heights Education Centre delivered a program for all participants to get an understanding of what Neighbourhood Houses are all about. 
  • Providing an opportunity for the community to come together, socialise and participate in activities that everyone can enjoy. 

Workshops on how to assemble the following were presented during the days activities, these included:

Clean Up Australia Day 2018

Friday 2nd March 2018 CleanUp Australia Day          It was a wonderful to see so many volunteers for this event.

  • Students and teachers from Meadow Heights Education Centre enjoyed a morning off from school, to join in and make Australia a beautiful place.
  • A huge thank you to everyone who supported and participated in this event.

Maria Vamvakinou MP - Vocational Education and Training

On Thursday, 5 May 2016, Maria Vamvakinou MP (Calwell) gave a speech at the House of Representatives, expressing the importance of not-for-profit RTOs, citing Meadow Heights Education Centre as an example of the need for such organisations in helping the can find the full speech above.

Clean Up Australia Day 2016

English Classes Bridge The Gap - Hume Leader Dec 1st 2015

Article from Hume Leader - December 1st, 2015.

Buchan Street Planting Day 2015

On the 27th of October students studying at our Buchan Street location got together to help create a community garden fopr those who visit the centre to enjoy.Meadow Heights Education Centre would like to thank the students, staff and volunteers who helped out on the day, and we would also like to give Masters Roxburgh Park a massive thank you for their kind donations.

Letter of thanks from MND Victoria

Meadow Heights Education Centre has received a letter of thanks and a certificate of appreciation from MND (Motor Neurone Disease) Victoria for the fantastic work by our students and staff who raised $900 for their charity through our Ice Bucket Challenge.MND Victoria is a worthwhile charity who helps those who live with the debilitating disease.

Connect 4 Wellbeing

On the 6th of Novemeber 2014 Meadow Heights Education Centre; in partnership with North West Area Mental Health Service, Bethal Primary School, and Meadow Heights Primary School; took part in the Connect 4 Wellbeing - Meadow Heights Community Get-together Event held at Bethel Primary School for individuals from the community, parents, and children under 5 years of age.The purpose of the day was to bring the community together while stressint the importance of mental health and being socially connected.As part of the days events students from the Certificate III in Beauty Services (SIB30110)

MHLS Inc. Ice Bucket Challenge for MND Victoria

The staff at the Meadow Heights Learning Shop (now Meadow Heights Education Centre) became some of the millions of people world wide to be nominated to complete the ALS/MND Ice Bucket Challenge to raise awareness and money for Motor Neurone Disease (MND), a debilitating and fatal disease.The challenge, which originated in the United States and quickly spread around the globe, involves nominees to empty a bucket of ice water on their heads.Seven staff from our centres: Teachers Arlene, Fiona, Nader, and Muzaffer; Clubhouse Assistant Luke; and Administration Assistants Abi and Rebecca, completed the challenge.Thanks to the dontations of the students at Visy Cares Learning Centre, Buchan Street Community Centre and Shop 24 at the Meadow Heights Plaza, staff and board members of the Meadow Heights Learning Shop Inc. we have raised an amazing amount of almost $900 for MND Victoria. The donations were provided by many students from CALD backgrounds who were unaware of Motor Neurone Disease and once informed were very supportive.