Nightcliff Middle School students applied their imaginations, construction skills and programming experience to build and manoeuvre kit built robots at the FirstAustralia Lego League regional contest on 16 November.
Al Zahra College students raised $2500 for Nemarluk School through the Community, Action and Service program, a college initiative requiring students to fundraise for an enterprise of their choice.
A recent award of $2000 to Forrest Parade School will be used to install an aquaponics system in the school’s Forrest Garden.
Centralian Senior College is the first Territory school to ever field a team in the RACV Energy Breakthrough, an opportunity to trial in a 24-hour endurance challenge a student designed and built vehicle or machine that constitutes an ‘energy breakthrough’.
The Northern Territory Government is building a new Museum of the Northern Territory in Darwin.
The 2017 Festival of Teaching attracted 250 conference-goers to Casuarina Senior College.
Golfing is commonly associated with carpets of well-manicured grass, and some command outstanding vistas, but none are dominated by the monolithic Uluru or the rugged scenery of Watarrka National Park.
A Yurrwi Community Education Centre student is aspiring to become an early childhood teacher in the remote island community, located about 450km east of Darwin.
A vibrantly coloured mural created by students from Ngukurr School has transformed the underside of the high-level bridge spanning the Roper River.
Bees Creek Primary School today celebrated its 20th anniversary, and a preschool expansion planned since 2015.