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River & Isles jubilant after Foolish win

Territory band River & Isles (formerly Juice) has won the Triple J Unearthed High Indigenous Initiative after uploading their song Foolish.

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Henbury landscape gets the top tick

Henbury School has scored first place in the SA/NT section of Australia By Design: Landscapes, the televised six part series examining 30 of the nation’s best landscape designs.

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Monique Marzocchi honoured

Clyde Fenton Preschool teacher Monique Marzocchi collected the Emerging Educator award at the annual NT Education and Care Awards.

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Katherine ‘politicians’ have their say

A recent visit to Clyde Fenton Primary School by members of the Parliamentary Education Services was characterised by pomp, protocol, and performances.

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STEM at Watiyawanu becomes an Illustration of Practice

A filmmaking team from the Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Authority turned their camera onto Watiyawanu School to capture content for their online Illustrations of Practice, an exposition of the structure and ethos of schools, and their implementation of the Australian Curriculum.

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Creative maths teacher feted with excellence award

A Tennant Creek High School maths teacher has won a CHOOSEMATHS Teacher Excellence Award .

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Retrospective on awardee, Simon Rowlands

Ahead of this year’s Teaching in the Territory Excellence Awards, the winner of the 2017 Early Childhood and Primary Teacher of the Year Award, Simon Rowlands, reflects on the honour and his goals.

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Arnhem tops NT State Athletics Championships

Teams from school regions throughout the Territory participated at the recent 2018 Northern Territory Athletics Championships at Arafura Athletics Stadium.

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Clyde Fenton reaches quality milestone

On the benchmark ladder for the quality of children’s education and care services, Katherine-based Clyde Fenton Primary School has raised its rank to Meeting National Quality Standard.

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Medal for outstanding valour

One-time paramedic Reece Ravlich will receive the Bravery Medal for disarming a knife-wielding assailant in Nhulunbuy in 2012.