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Conservation is black and white

A magpie goose made a stopover at Nightcliff Primary School, delighting students learning about the habits and habitats of species as part of an environmental studies program.

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Alawa hopeful native mice will breed

Alawa Primary School is researching how to breed the large-eyed, long-eared desert dwelling Spinifex Hopping Mouse.

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Gunbalanya students create built environments

Fifty Gunbalanya School students are enhancing their literacy skills by constructing two-dimensional buildings and other infrastructure.

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High achieving young artist to be honoured

Early Childhood and Care project assistant Jess Sariago has been named a semi-finalist in the 2018 Northern Territory Young Achiever Awards.

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In the footsteps of The Bard of Avon

Darwin High School drama teacher Mark Bunnett is one of two Territory teachers to be awarded a Bell Regional Shakespeare Mentorship in 2018.

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An unforgettable journey

Twenty Darwin High School students and three staff have returned from Africa, completing an excursion to one of 29 World Challenge locations.

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Sister schools alliance reaps rewards

Bakewell Primary School continues to strengthen its relationship with Renatu Primary School, its sister school in Timor Leste, an association that enhances cross-cultural understanding and promotes interactions between the students and teachers of both schools.

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Lifting our Game

Independent review finds that investment in early childhood is critical to improving Australia’s education outcomes.

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Strengthening students and communication in fight against bullying

Bradshaw Primary School has registered for Bullying. No Way!  the annual national day of action against intimidation and violence.

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Larrakeyah scholar shines in Cambridge exam

The performance of Year 6 Larrakeyah Primary School students has been measured against an international benchmark, following their completion of the 2017 Cambridge Primary Checkpoint Exam in English.