As someone who completed Year 12 last year and with the experience still relatively fresh in my mind, I know the word ‘exam’ constantly played on my mind the entirety of Year 12.
Simon Rowlands has been nominated for the Early Childhood and Primary Teacher of the Year Award.
In line with the National Quality Standards (QA6 collaborative partnerships with families and communities) and in cooperation with the local community, Yurrwi preschool djamarrkuḻi’ (children)have become mini rangers and are eagerly learning from Crocodile Islands Rangers
A fashion designer and Darwin Middle School student has eclipsed all contenders to score top honours at this year’s Apex Australia Teenage Fashion & Arts Youth Festival.
A Parrot Mambo microdrone has been presented to Parap Primary School student Grace Clifton and Durack Primary School student Riley Blackbourne.
A six-day trip to Canberra delighted 18 Alice Springs School of the Air students, who journeyed to the capital as part of a civics and citizenship study unit.
They’ve watched each other grow-up from shy and quiet preschool students to young adults about to complete Year 12 and take on the world.
Seven students from government and non-government schools are set to attend the Gondwana National Choral School in January next year.
Three Darwin High School teams have claimed first, second and third place in the Territory round of the Evatt Competition, a national debating and diplomacy challenge conducted as a mock UN Security Council session.
Larrakeyah Primary School principal, Fathma Mauger, is a finalist in the Public Sector and Academia section of the Telstra Business Women’s Award.