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Kelly Cup snatched by Katherine’s Clyde Fenton

The coveted Luke Kelly Cup was seized by a Clyde Fenton Primary School mixed rugby team at a 10 May contest in Katherine.

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Spheros a joy at Malak

Sphero robots are zipping around at Malak Primary School to the delight of their student commanders.

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One of the select few

Nathan Ryan received a Summer Arts Scholarship, an annual bursary offered by the National Gallery of Australia to Year 11 students across the nation.

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STEM demonstrated in exercise science tests

In a stopover designed to promote an understanding of the science and mathematical principles underpinning human movement, 22 Clyde Fenton School students visited Charles Darwin University’s Exercise and Sports Science unit, part of the School of Psychological and Clinical Sciences.

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DHS students claim places in the Moran contest

Five Darwin High School students are finalists in the much vaunted Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize .

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Ntaria students ride for ANZACS

Twenty-five Ntaria School students have travelled 125 kilometres of Western Aranda country on horseback, to ride in the Alice Springs ANZAC Parade tomorrow 25 April 2018.

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Arnhem youth inspired to learn through new education program

A new learning program in northeast Arnhem Land is using traditional knowledge to bridge the gap to mainstream education, teaching students leadership and employment skills.

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Students Grow First Ever Theatre Style Performance

More than 50 Yirrkala School students and teachers performed in a theatre production of the Yolngu creation story ‘Yawulngura’ at the Arts Centre last night.

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Three time awardee recognised as highest achiever

Titjikala School assistant teacher Roger Wilyuka was twice honoured at the Northern Territory Young Achiever Awards at Skycity, Friday 13 May.

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Expo is window on the natural world

The artistry of 100 students from Nightcliff Primary School and Darwin Middle School is the focus of an exhibition at the Lucky Bat Café in Nightcliff.