Recipients 2024

Recipients 2024

Congratulations to our 2024 TIP recipients. These initiatives have all been assessed as the winners of this year's TIP program and we're excited to share this year's TIP projects. 

Sebastopol Primary School

ReCharge Room

Allowing a break card and a space for a student to re-set and recharge is of paramount importance to the school wellbeing team due to the current levels of disengagement - our ReCharge Room.


St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Werribee

Shipping container kitchen

Our kitchen space will increase the skills of all students, enabling them to cook with ingredients from the school garden.


Nagle Pre-School

Our very own robot

We're introducing a screen-free, hands-on programmable coding robot to support STEM learning in early childhood education.


Chewton Primary School

Bush Tucker Garden

Creating and learning about local bush tucker from local Dja Dja Wurrung community.


Greater Shepparton Secondary College

Growing ag' skills and experience

Enabling student participation and exposure to state-wide sheep and cattle programs


Echuca Twin Rivers Specialist School

People's Choice

'Thermomix'ing' in the Twin Rivers Cafe

A safer way to cook for students preparing food in the popular community cafe.


Statewide Vision Resource Centre - Heatherwood School

Support Skills Program

Helping students with low/no vision to use kitchen technology safely. Training a new generation of baristas and bakers.


Wayi School

Billy Cart Kids

A STEM incursion to develop team building, problem solving and self-regulation skills. With a fun Billy Cart ride to look forward to.


Patterson River Secondary College

A spinning idea

Improving visibility of and accessibility of books in the school's library and learning support hub. Putting books front and centre.


John Fawkner College

Protecting our Reconciliation Garden

Fencing to protect our school's living educational space where students learn about First Nations people and cultures.


Rushworth P-12 College

Food Rocks

Growing our own herbs and vegetables to use in our Food Rocks program covering breakfast, morning tea and lunch.


Northern Darebin Combined Kindergarten Association

Three times the compost and gardening fun

All three kindergarten sites will benefit from the installation of compost bins and vegetable gardens.


Paynesville Primary School

Sew ... I can mend and make my own clothes

A Grade 6 program to teach students how to mend and make their own clothes.


Kalinda Primary School

We're recycling our own plastics!

A school community plastic recycling program that will ultimately enable students to use micro-recycling machinery to recycle plastics at school. These recycled plastics will be used in our STEM program for 3D printing.


Bayside Special Developmental School

Southside Cafe

Providing students with a clear cross body bag with their own personal 'credit' card to use at the school's Southside Cafe.


St Mary's Parish School, Ararat

Community Music Making in the Bush

Instruments are used for students to learn and in community ukelele lessons in preparation for the annual school community bush dance.


Oscar Romero Catholic Primary School

Changing the way we deal with waste

Separating our waste classroom by classroom to make a lasting impact. Each classroom to have its own set of bins for waste.


Essendon Primary School

A microscopic view of our ecosystem

Using science and pocket microscopes to increase students' understanding of biodiversity in the schoolyard.