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Danielle delivers high-quality training in agriculture

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Danielle delivers high-quality training in agriculture

Alice Springs-based Danielle Brown works closely with secondary students pursuing careers in agricultural industries.

Craig values WILS work experience

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Craig values WILS work experience

Bachelor of Laws graduate Craig Marquet entered the department as a recipient of a Work Integrated Learning Scholarship in mid-2017.

Promoted to the prime position

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Promoted to the prime position

Christopher Oneill will take the helm of Numbulwar School, stepping-up from assistant principal to become a first-time principal.

Susan Bowden marks 16 years of service

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Susan Bowden marks 16 years of service

Susan Bowden has devoted much of her life to children’s education. Beginning as a teacher of performing arts in Queensland, Susan was an assistant principal, worked with the Queensland Arts Council, and in the productive pedagogies unit of the Queensland Department of Education.

Parental talks animate Alawa students

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Parental talks animate Alawa students

The parents of Alawa Preschool students are sharing stories of their lives in a series of classroom talks.

Finalist Sarah collects Be Kind award

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Finalist Sarah collects Be Kind award

Sarah Frankcombe recently visited Sydney’s Government House to collect an award for her entry in the 2019 Say No To Bullying Poster Competition.

Lajamanu students quiz defence force delegates

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Lajamanu students quiz defence force delegates

A member of the Royal Australian Navy, Australian Army and Defence Force Recruiting, visited Lajamanu School to discuss employment pathways in the armed forces and the importance of regular school attendance.

Amelia is thoroughly enjoying her job

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Amelia is thoroughly enjoying her job

Forrest Parade School is Amelia Dlask’s first teaching appointment. The one-time New South Wales resident and Southern Cross University graduate is enjoying her second year at the specialist school in Palmerston.

Kintore crocs clash in watery dash

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Kintore crocs clash in watery dash

A race involving 1000 crocodiles is not unusual in Katherine. But the competitors are not the ferocious denizens of the Katherine River. Instead, the challengers are plastic green and yellow fundraisers for Kintore Street School.

Circus enthrals and educates students

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Circus enthrals and educates students

A skeleton of steel on the oval of Milikapiti School signalled the arrival of Circus Oz.