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Tennis juniors sharpen skills in Brisbane battles

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Tennis juniors sharpen skills in Brisbane battles

A highly accomplished tennis team from Nightcliff Primary School mounted spirited attacks at the 2020 Brisbane International Schools Challenge State Finals on 9 and 10 January.

Luke is fun and fitness Boon

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Luke is fun and fitness Boon

Students became serious skippers when world champion rope jumper Luke Boon made a stopover at Katherine-based Clyde Fenton Primary School on 5 December.

Bubbler becomes play space reality

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Bubbler becomes play space reality

Late last year a water bubbler became the focus of persuasive letter writing by a group of Clyde Fenton Primary School students.

Lyndon lets fly at Fiji footy fixtures

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Lyndon lets fly at Fiji footy fixtures

Outback student Lyndon Anderson could be kicking his way into an AFL career.

Athena’s Alawa to Alberta adventure

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Athena’s Alawa to Alberta adventure

Alawa Primary School teacher Athena Hammond will start teaching in the Okotoks on 6 January.

Graduation of the Maningrida five

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Graduation of the Maningrida five

Five Maningrida School students have completed the NTCET, marking a singular milestone in their lives and winning the acclaim of their teachers and the community.

A life-changing experience

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A life-changing experience

In an expedition to two African nations, 19 Darwin High school students and two teachers are visiting Malawi and Zambia.

Remote businesses bud

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Remote businesses bud

Urapunga School students launched a business in just under five hours. The 30 preschool to Year 6 Aboriginal students explored the prospect in a one-day workshop supported by school partner, not-for-profit Circulanation.

Trait turtle treks in preschool playground

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Trait turtle treks in preschool playground

Humpty Doo preschoolers have created a wall mural illustrating the migration of Ludawei, the Dreamtime Long Neck Turtle.

Values influence classifications

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Values influence classifications

Non-fiction literature at Gunbalanya School’s library has been reclassified. The Dewey Decimal system has been superseded by one aligned to the Aboriginal calendar, and reflective of Aboriginal and Western values.