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Kings under siege!

Chess players from three schools met recently to shuffle their pieces across the chequered board in a timed contest involving game novices and more experienced contenders.

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New to the helm at Borroloola School

An educator with more than 42 years teaching experience has been appointed the new principal of Borroloola School.

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National Science Week and the cataclysmic energy crash

During National Science Week a disaster of planetary dimensions occurred, and only one small group of Darwin students were aware of it.

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Alice Play Day

The NT Music School hosted Alice Play Day, scheduled for 14 August, will this year attract more than 100 students from eight Alice Springs schools.

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Student lobby advocates change

Student Voice Positive Choice, a student activist group dedicated to generating a culture of optimism in communities, convened this week for its inaugural summit.

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NT assistant principal leads literacy association branch

Girraween Primary School assistant principal Jemma Rust has been appointed the new Northern Territory State Director of the Australian Literacy Educators’ Association (ALEA).

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Bakewell reaches two decade milestone

Bakewell Independent Public School has celebrated its 20th anniversary. The preschool opened in 1998 with 23 students, and with 168 enrollees, the primary school began operating a year later.

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PR1MEd to master maths

A teaching resource designed to help students better comprehend mathematical concepts is enhancing numeracy education at Nightcliff Primary School.

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Centralian Writers Scoop the Pool at NT Literary Awards

The Northern Territory Literary Awards are a prestigious, annual competition for Northern Territory writers. One section, the Kath Manzie Youth Award, celebrates the best of poetry and prose written by young people between the ages of 12 and 18 years.

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Sisters extraordinaire

Three women from one family, one school and one community, have completed the same long-distance tertiary course, enriching the education outcomes of students from Woolianna School.