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Fun workshop welcomes the spring in a Full Moon Festival

After our Rolling Fun workshops were conducted in classes in a primary school, a student’s mother who runs the Foodie Trails business invited Rolling Fun to participate in her business’s food event. It was the Full Moon Festival in the Dandenong Market. It is Spring time, so Rolling Fun was there with people to welcome […]

A member of La Trobe Accelerator Program and EduGrowth

What a very good news for this week! After a video pitch and an interview by a big panel, Rolling Fun has secured a ticket to officially go into the La Trobe Accelerator Program Cohort #4 (2019). With intensive 12-week support, the program will help us take the Rolling Fun service to a next level. […]

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Entering the first accelerator program

Waaahoooooh. Rolling Fun enters the Accelerator Program from La Trobe University. This is the 2019 cohort #4. We are not the first generation of startups supported by the university, therefore we will obtain experiences from previous cohorts.  The program firstly starts with Primer stage, then businesses do a pitch to go to the official accelerator […]

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Healthy Food Restaurant by Foundation Students

What an amazing idea from the teachers from Blackrock primary school!  A Healthy Food Restaurant was formed by foundation students to serve fresh yummy and healthy food for their special guests: their parents and grandparents. 280 rice paper rolls were made to serve for about 140 people. This was the second time that Rolling Fun […]

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Rolling Fun puppetry

Have been working with thousand young kids, we have found that puppetry is the most loved activity in our workshops. Kids smile, laugh, engage and learn naturally. If there is no time limitation, our Rolling Fun workshop might lengthen to hours with this interactive session. We had tried to build the puppetry characters with our […]

Partnership with a diet-nutrition business

Rolling Fun proudly announces our first partnership with a diet-nutrition business. Marie-France is a dietitian-nutritionist. She is the founder of Fussy Eater Solutions, offering consulting service to support fussy eaters and their families. The partnership will strengthen the business of both parties, and bring more benefits to our customers, especially kids and families. To see […]

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Rolling Fun might bring benefits to the community of disability

We were lucky to meet some special delegates in the educational FutureSchools Expo when they visited our stall. They advised us that our program would bring some benefits to the community of people with disability. This is because the significant design of the workshop where there is no need for cooking and cutting and heating, […]

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We learned a lot from the Expo

Rolling Fun attended the FutureSchools Expo in Melbourne last week. We initially intended to fully present our workshop’s benefits to the visitors. However, after meeting many delegates from the schools around Australia in the morning on the first day, we decided to switch to the listening mode. We focused on listening instead of presenting.  We […]

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A new service model: educators and teachers run Rolling Fun workshops

We are ready for the Futureschools Expo. To participate in this Expo, we also starts to introduce a new service model for Rolling Fun. We temporarily called it “Carers / Teachers Run Workshops”. Comparing to the Incursion model, this new model has more advantages: 1- It reduces cost for school, and so students and their […]

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An Introduction About Dan Tranh -Vietnamese Zither

We have performed the Dan Tranh – Vietnamese zither – in our workshops for kids in the early learning centres and primary schools for a while. This blog introduces shortly about this Vietnamese musical instrument, written in poem for young children. Mr. Tuan Hung Le, currently the music lecturer in the University of Melbourne, recommended […]