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Eco-warriors become twitchers in bird reckoning

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Eco-warriors become twitchers in bird reckoning

Nightcliff Primary School students became junior birders in the recent national Aussie Backyard Bird Count.

Milingimbi preschoolers are rocking along

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Milingimbi preschoolers are rocking along

Constructing vibrantly coloured rocking horses, tables and chairs, has been the project of Men’s Shed workers in Milingimbi.

Accolade for special education teacher

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Accolade for special education teacher

Raylee Parker has been honoured with this year’s Special Educator of the Year Award.

Apply now to be a part of our school improvement journey

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Apply now to be a part of our school improvement journey

The Northern Territory Department of Education is seeking applications for three senior executive contract positions.

36 years, and Robbie has moved on

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36 years, and Robbie has moved on

A man who has shaped the lives of hundreds of children, imparting knowledge and treasured values, has walked from the classroom for the last time.

Primary principal claims major award

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Primary principal claims major award

Lorraine Evans was been named the Territory’s top principal at the 2018 Teaching in the Territory Awards.

River & Isles jubilant after Foolish win

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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.

Henbury landscape gets the top tick

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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.

Monique Marzocchi honoured

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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.

Katherine ‘politicians’ have their say

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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.