Last year, Douglas Daly School received the Grand Champion sash for the winning entry into the NT Cattleman’s Association Totalweld Sales Cows for Schools Competition.
The Department of Education’s Vulnerable Youth team recently attended the 10th annual Couch Surfing event; an event aiming to raise awareness of young people affected by homelessness.
After 27 years, the Literature Production Centre (LPC), Shepherdson College were extremely proud to publish and launch Buwaray Raykurayku – Gälpu Dhäruk (Gälpu Word Book).
Borroloola School senior students have been out and about in their school community, mowing the overgrown lawns and keeping yards tidy to ensure students can enjoy the outdoors during their breaks.
Students at Shepherdson College have been supporting their community by making bush medicine for COVID-19 affected families in Galiwin’ku using gaḏayka bark (Darwin stringybark).
Remote school teacher, Chris Errington, has recently been recognised as a 2021 DeadlyScience Educator of the Year, an accolade attributed by DeadlyScience, a not-for-profit organisation that supports remote schools across Australia.
Larrakeyah Primary School has been shortlisted in the International School Awards 2022.
A Kriol narrative is being added to the wordless picture book Journey.
Alishba Saeed [pictured] has triumphed in the national Mathematics and Statistics Research Competition.
Nakara Primary School is a finalist in the 2021 Northern Territory Natural Resource Management [NRM] Awards.