Grow your career with an agribusiness degree
The innovative agribusiness degree offered at Muresk is being embraced by students and agriculture related businesses to meet high demand for graduates ready for careers in this growing industry.
The highly regarded Charles Sturt University Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management combines face to face lectures, tutorials, laboratory sessions and field work. Trips to exemplary farms and agricultural businesses support the theory studied in the classroom while encouraging students to network with potential employers. The course also provides an opportunity to study overseas.
Industry bodies and businesses strongly support the program by providing scholarships and academic prizes as well as opportunities for work placements. Subjects are timetabled in two-day blocks every fortnight. Materials online allow students to study full or part time while working.
Enrolments for 2017 are still open. Applications need to be in soon to access $40,000 of scholarships offered by industry for first year students. For more information or to book a campus tour, email or call (08) 9622 6789.
Central Regional Tafe WA
Phone 9622 6789


Make the transition
If you’re considering studying dance full-time, then Swan River Ballet’s Transitional Tuesday dance program is for you!
Swan River Ballet offers a full day of dance for students aged 12-18 years who are considering a full-time dance program or looking to improve their dancing skills. Incorporating ballet, contemporary, pointe, repertoire, competition, musical theatre, conditioning and stretch, Transitional Tuesdays will improve your chances of achieving your dancing dreams. Working alongside other passionate students, you will enjoy many opportunities to perform and compete in 2017.
Swan River Ballet school aims to bring the joy of dance to students by providing a friendly environment in beautiful heritage listed premises – Hamilton House. The school’s aim is to develop students self-discipline and overall confidence through the magic of dance. Come and meet the world-class teachers and take your dancing to the next level!
Swan River Ballet
1 Rockingham Road Hamilton Hill
Phone 0418 951 045


Infectious Rhythms
Flamenco is the traditional music and dance of Andalucia, Spain. It’s beauty and richness has many cultural influences that have resulted in a captivating combination of moving song, stirring guitar, powerful dance and infectious rhythms.
The next introductory course for adult beginners starts in the second week of February, at Casa Del Compás, under the guidance of principal Farida Rabih. Fire up your spirit, move your body and stimulate your mind as you discover the joys of Flamenco. Farida’s group “Flamenco Puro” will be sharing the magic of this traditional yet ever evolving artform at the Fly By Night Fremantle, as part of the upcoming Fringeworld Festival.
For more information on classes call Farida on 0415 856 205 or to see the show, visit
Casa Del Compás
Unit 9/30 Port Kembla Drive, Bibra Lake


Let your child thrive
University offers are out and three of Melville Senior High School’s high achievers are off to study in the Eastern States, getting offers from the University of Melbourne and Australian National University in Canberra.
Gifted and Talented student Jane Song is heading off to the University of Melbourne to study a Bachelor of Bio-Medicine, with an assured pathway to Medicine. Jane received the fifth highest result in the state with an ATAR of 99.95 and became the second highest state school student behind the Beazley Medal winner.
Jane received a subject Exhibition in Mathematical Methods (the highest exam mark in the State), a Certificate of Excellence in Chemistry and Maths and got 100% in three of her subjects.
Head Boy Owen Stanley is also off to the University of Melbourne to do a Bachelor of Bio-Technology after his great result of 99.30 and achieving a Certificate of Excellence in Mathematical Methods.
Obada Al Qaran (95.85) has an early offer to study a double degree in Computer Science and Science at the Australian National University in Canberra. His parents moved to be close to Melville SHS for his final year and were very proud of his meteoric improvements.
Mathematics was a strong suit for most of the Melville SHS top achievers and Jane, Owen and Obada as well as Ruth Bucad (98.50), Paul Omodunbi (98.45) and Neisha Phipps (97.90) all did well at Mathematics with the help of Mathematical Methods teacher Mrs Hilary Browton and Ms Randa Collett.
Melville Senior High  School
Phone 9330 0300

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