Late last year a water bubbler became the focus of persuasive letter writing by a group of Clyde Fenton Primary School students.
Outback student Lyndon Anderson could be kicking his way into an AFL career.
Alawa Primary School teacher Athena Hammond will start teaching in the Okotoks on 6 January.
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.
In an expedition to two African nations, 19 Darwin High school students and two teachers are visiting Malawi and Zambia.
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.
Humpty Doo preschoolers have created a wall mural illustrating the migration of Ludawei, the Dreamtime Long Neck Turtle.
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 The Dewey Decimal system has been superseded by one aligned to the Aboriginal calendar, and reflective of Aboriginal and Western values.
It has been an eye-opening trip to Melbourne for several Ngukurr School students. The girls made the excursion to the Methodists Ladies’ College in Kew to further cement an association of more than 15 years.
Alyangula Area School 5/6 students recently attended the Angurugu Market Garden for a Kitchen Garden lesson as part of the Learning on Country program.