There's nothing like a hot meal on a cold day to fight off the winter blues and students at Woolsthorpe Primary School have been busy cooking up a storm.
As part of the kitchen garden program, students whipped up some rainbow fried rice, rainbow vegetable hash browns and chocolate cupcakes.
Family and friends joined staff and students at Koroit and District Primary School on Friday for a walk as part of Reconciliation Week.
The walk was led by Uncle Locky Eccles, who welcomed everyone present to Maar Country.
Students from St Patrick's Primary School Port Fairy tested their skills against schools across the region at the City of Warrnambool Eisteddfod.
A number of the students came away with ribbons to show for their efforts.
An insiders look into how Port Fairy Consolidated Primary School operates was offered to family and friends of students last week.
The school held an Education Week Expo to show off what is happening in the classroom. Topics covered included creative literacy, numeracy, art, PE and cooking.
A special guest arrived at Hawkesdale P12 College last week.
Former teacher Peter Snelson returned to the school, 50 years after he first taught there in 1969.
Mr Snelson also has a place in the sporting history of the town, having coached Hawkesdale's under 17s team to a preliminary final in 1970.
READY TO PLAY
Budding footballers and netballers at St Patrick's Primary School in Koroit have been busy training this week.
On Friday, the school will enter both football and netball teams in the winter sports.
The school's principal, Matt O'Brien, will bring plenty of expertise to his role as coach of the football team.
When he's not directing traffic at the school, Mr O'Brien is the senior coach of the Warrnambool Football Netball Club.