Committees, regulators and advisory groups
NT Board of Studies, Teacher Registration Board, Quality Education and Care NT.
Education events and awards
World Teachers' Day, Teaching in the Territory Excellence Awards, Beat Festival, Chief Minister’s Literacy Achievement Awards.
Statistics, research and strategies
Enrolment and attendance, Northern Territory Certificate of Education and Training (NTCET), NAPLAN, Australian Early Development Census.
Support for teachers
Curriculum resources, NTCET, NAPLAN, VET, students with disability, professional development, back to school payment.
What we are doing
A strong cultural bond has been forged between Milingimbi Preschool and Sydney’s Lady Game Community Kindergarten .
Alice Springs-raised Courtney Ingham is a highly experienced corporate officer who favours fast-paced work environments, new learning opportunities, and amazing morning teas.
Students at remote Yarralin School are providing working dogs with recycled human food.
Two Palmerston College students who trained for a mission to Mars have returned from the U.S Space and Rocket Centre with expanded views about space exploration and their career options.
Darwin Middle School topped the field of contenders in the Territory heat of the Science and Engineering Challenge.
A positive message from students has become a Darwin Bus advertisement. The uplifting sentiment — Supporting students to feel safe, connected and valued — is the product of Student Voice Positive Choice.
Alice Springs-based Danielle Brown works closely with secondary students pursuing careers in agricultural industries.
Bachelor of Laws graduate Craig Marquet entered the department as a recipient of a Work Integrated Learning Scholarship in mid-2017.
Christopher Oneill will take the helm of Numbulwar School, stepping-up from assistant principal to become a first-time principal.
Susan Bowden has devoted much of her life to children’s education. Beginning as a teacher of performing arts in Queensland, Susan was an assistant principal, worked with the Queensland Arts Council, and in the productive pedagogies unit of the Queensland Department of Education.
The parents of Alawa Preschool students are sharing stories of their lives in a series of classroom talks.
Sarah Frankcombe recently visited Sydney’s Government House to collect an award for her entry in the 2019 Say No To Bullying Poster Competition.
Forrest Parade School is Amelia Dlask’s first teaching appointment. The one-time New South Wales resident and Southern Cross University graduate is enjoying her second year at the specialist school in Palmerston.