How to prepare for VCE studies over the summer holidays!

You’re looking forward to a well-earned break over the summer holidays – swimming, bushwalking, shopping, binge-watching, learning how to drive, or just generally relaxing and leaving the books behind for a while. Good. So you should. It’s important to recharge your batteries and rediscover a world beyond your school curriculum! But by mid-January, you’ll want […]

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VCE Premiers Awards: Topscore winners

Premiers’ Awards Success   It does not matter which school you attend, your success is possible and important to us. Congratulations to our three 2015 students who achieved a Premiers Award The 2016 Premier’s VCE Awards, were presented on Thursday 28 April at the Palladium at Crown. ​​ There were 312 awards presented to 289 students […]

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5 tips for parents of Primary kids

  Friends to learn with, reading, a balance of routine and surprise, and the practicing of skills – works. Tip #1 Let your child know that primary school is for learning. Do you ask,”What did you do at school today?” Change two words to, “What did your class learn today?” Friends are important, especially ones […]

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What this Parent Teacher meeting said!

“Stop focusing on English; you’ll never get a 40+” How will you respond to criticism? Give up? Ignore it? Re-evaluate what you are doing and work with more determination to succeed. The first Parent/Teacher interviews are upon us, starting in the earliest schools just before Easter. Most will happen late April. Put yourself in the shoes […]

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11th International Student Science Fair (ISSF)

Day 1 – Monday, 7 December 2015 This is the first blog entry by one of our students. Kerryn Wang (Yr 12, 2016) kindly reported on her end-of-year program, which shows what great opportunities are available in schools. The 11th ISSF was hosted by John Monash Science College (JMSS), and Kerryn shares the experience with […]

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Tutoring – Where is the best?

  Q. Where do the students go for the most successful tutoring? A. Where the teachers support their students’ success at school. The newest tutoring location for students at Topscore Education is 380 St. Kilda Road, Melbourne. In easy walking distance from Melbourne Grammar School, MacRobertson Girls’ School and Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School, […]

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Topscore students excel – VCE Student Results – 2015

  Well, it has been a big week of results for our 46 Year 12 VCE students! The success has been achieved after the dedication of students, their families, their schools and their tutors. Many have travelled long distances, or attended online; some have had lessons at 7 AM on Saturday mornings and others from […]

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Primary and Secondary Tutoring – Why?

Melbourne is fortunate to have so many good schools in one city. While there is a variety of cultures, style and options, the core curriculums are sound and the primary programs in both state and independent schools are professional and focused on the needs of most students. The National Curriculum has certainly helped to benchmark […]

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