Centre of Excellence in Agricultural Education- Richmond Agricultural College

Excellence in Agricultural/STEM Education

Telephone 0400718234


Learning from home

Supporting learning from home.

The Centre of Excellence is working to support schools, teachers and students as they navigate this time of 'learning from home'. We will continue to add resources and lesson materials to our Learning from Home websites over the coming weeks. 



Learning From Home- Learning Links Website.

This website provides direct links to existing industry based educatioanl resources - categorised by industry/focus areas and annotated to show Stage and curriculum alignment where appropriate. Additional resource links will continue to be added to the site.  


Learning Links-Learning from home_website

Learning from Home Bee_STEM and Agriculture challenges are now open.  All challenges address the new temporary guidelines released by NESA for K-10 Learning: 

§  Use learning across the curriculum areas as a focus for developing capabilities, such as using information and communication technologies or critical and creative thinking.

§  Provide students with the opportunity to complete personal or collaborative investigations and projects with teacher guidance, for example explore an area of interest in greater depth, or investigate a topic or issue within the context of students’ local community.

§  Encourage students to learn from home through cross stage projects, for example if there is more than one child learning from home, they could work on a project together.

Students can enter all  challenges. Upon registering an expression interest details will be provided to the contact teacher/parent on how to submit the projects. Each registration must include:

1. Student Name/s

2. Contact Adult ( Teacher or Parent):  Name and email address

3. Name of School

4. Year/Stage level

5. Challenge/s you are nominating to enter. 

To register your Expression of Interest : email the above details to


Closing dates are in the Challenge Information sheet. All challenges close during the month of July. 

Prize winners will be announced in August. 

Submissions will be showcased on our website, social media pages and at our No Bees No Future and Agriculture events over the coming 12 months. 




Bee Gaming Competition

We're keeping students learning both in and out of the classroom.

Explore the department's learning from home resources to support both online and offline learning for all students.

Learning from home without technology

We understand some students do not have access to a device or internet for online learning. Contact the school to discuss non-digital learning from home options for your child.