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Learning and Engagement Centre garners major art awards

Students from the Katherine Flexible Learning and Engagement Centre proudly received two awards at the 2018 Junk Sculpture Festival held in Katherine on 2 June.

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The tacked up box

To help Nakara Primary School students better understand the operation of computers, one has been dissected, and its components distributed on a wall.

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Seven students join a stellar cast

Seven Clyde Fenton Primary school students and a teacher are now part of the cast of Top End Wedding — the comic story of Sydney lawyer Lauren and her fiancé Ned, and their search for Lauren’s mother, who is somewhere in the Territory.

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Advancing towards a career as environmental custodians

Three Maningrida School students have moved closer to a career as Djelk Rangers after completing Certificate I Conservation and Land Management.

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Teachers’ charity trek breaks world record

Rohan Rowling is Acacia Hill School’s health and physical education teacher, who has just set a new world record for walking the 231km Larapinta Trail in the West MacDonnell Ranges.

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Register now for Robocup

Territory schools are set to vie for engineering and programming supremacy as diminutive robots undertake prescribed tasks in the annual Robocup competition.

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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.