Non-fiction literature at Gunbalanya School’s library has been reclassified. The Dewey Decimal system has been superseded by one aligned to the Aboriginal calendar, and reflective of Aboriginal and Western values.
It has been an eye-opening trip to Melbourne for several Ngukurr School students. The girls made the excursion to the Methodists Ladies’ College in Kew to further cement an association of more than 15 years.
Alyangula Area School 5/6 students recently attended the Angurugu Market Garden for a Kitchen Garden lesson as part of the Learning on Country program.
Alawa Primary School has collected the Junior Natural Resource Management Award and the People’s Choice Award in the NT Natural Resource Management Awards.
Yirrkala Preschool has received an Excellent Rating from the Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority, the highest rating possible.
More than 30 students from Ludmilla Primary School have graduated from the 2019 Children’s University program at a ceremony celebrating their incredible achievements and learning.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff have praised Northern Territory Department of Education scholarships they received during their studies to become a teacher.
Isabel Blundell has collected the Gold Award in the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award.
Leathercraft is a new education elective offered by Alice Outcomes. The centre provides learning options for young people disengaged from mainstream education.
Durack Primary School has been named a winner in the Anzac Day Schools’ Awards . The national challenge invited all contesting primary and secondary schools to submit a single entry as literature and images, a PowerPoint presentation, or a two-minute video.