Northern Territory School of Distance Education students Brody Matthews and Hunter Torr have distinguished themselves in this year’s Australian History Competition.
The Ngukurr Wi Stadi bla Kantri (We Study the Country) Research Team has collected the 2017 Eureka Prize for Innovation in Citizen Science, conferred by the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science.
Rachael May, who is working to complete Certificate I in Retail, commenced work experience at Henbury School’s Opportunity Knocks Op Shop earlier this year. shop earlier this year.
More than 400 aspiring journalists attended the inaugural Writers Big Day Out at Taminmin College.
A program to facilitate cognitive, emotional and social growth, attracted 12 Charles Darwin University School Scholars to an introductory session at the university’s Casuarina campus.
Two Henbury School students have eclipsed other contenders at a Time to Shine, an annual Charles Darwin University event highlighting the skills of hair and beauty career aspirants.
Tennant Creek High School student Alison Morrison is one of three contenders for this year’s VET in School Student of the Year award, a category in the 2017 NT Training Awards
An excursion to Darwin River Dam was an exciting eye-opener for two Year 5/6 classes from Karama Primary School.
Students, families and staff of Northern Territory schools are invited to participate in the 2017 School Survey, to provide valuable feedback on what schools are doing well and where they can improve.
Queen Elizabeth and Essendon Football Club megastars have been recipients of letters from junior and senior primary students at Manyallaluk School.