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School singers to attend Gondwana National Choral School

Seven students from government and non-government schools are set to attend the Gondwana National Choral School in January next year.

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Fathma a step closer to prestigious award

Larrakeyah Primary School principal, Fathma Mauger, is a finalist in the Public Sector and Academia section of the Telstra Business Women’s Award.

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Darwin High teams triumph in Evatt

Three Darwin High School teams have claimed first, second and third place in the Territory round of the Evatt Competition, a national debating and diplomacy challenge conducted as a mock UN Security Council session.

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Plant to pot success at Alyangula

Herbs, vegetables and fruits are flourishing at Alyangula Area School, carefully managed by preschool to Year 9 students as part of the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden program.

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Lajamanu students showcase local aboriginal culture

Lajamanu School has released new student uniforms in the four Walpiri skin group colours with the designs featuring dreaming stories and animal totems.

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Gapuwiyak online shop to sell students’ art

Senior students at Gapuwiyak School are learning modern and traditional practices to create art for sale in an online shop to be launched this term.

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Parrots promote drone mastery

A Parrot Mambo microdrone has been presented to Parap Primary School student Grace Clifton and Durack Primary School student Riley Blackbourne.

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The definite career of Tess Fitzgerald

A Palmerston College student with aspirations to become a doctor joined 27 international students at a mid-year pre-medical program in London.

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Rainforest, creatures and costumes

Costumed students at Karama Primary School were joined by fish, frogs and crocodiles during Book Week.

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Road safety makes sense to Aaliyah

Preschooler Aaliyah Malcolm is smiling broadly after qualifying for her Riders Licence. The four-year-old Ida Standley Preschool student took to her bike to demonstrate her superior knowledge of road safety protocols.