The community hubs model is an evidence-based, people-focused approach supporting culturally diverse women, preschool children and their families by establishing 'hubs' within a primary school community. Early last month Community Hubs Australia held the Learn, Share, Connect Conference in Melbourne, which was attended by Lighthouse Hub Support Coordinator Sarah Pain, Brooke Bowles Hub Leader from Mooroopna Park Primary School, Sarah Pearson HubLeader from Wilmot Road Primary School and LizArcus HubLeader from St Georges Road Primary School. A number of presenters shared their knowledge during the 3-day conference, including our very own Sarah Pain, who delivered a reflection workshop on the final day. Additionally, the artworks created by our three local Hubs for the Shepparton Festival were also on display as an example of the type of community-centered activities Hubs can deliver. This conference provided a valuable opportunity for our local Hubs crew to exchange ideas, foster connections, and acquire new knowledge alongside the wider Hubs network. We are confident the conference will benefit the three exceptional Hubs operating within our primary schools.

Greater Shepparton Lighthouse Project acknowledges and pays respect to the traditional custodians of the Shepparton region on whose lands we are located, the Yorta Yorta peoples and their Elders past, present and emerging. Greater Shepparton Lighthouse Project recognises, respects and supports all community members regardless of race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, ability, or age.

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