A girl’s football team from Clyde Fenton Primary School scored a resounding 47 point victory over grand final opponents Jingili Primary School at TIO Stadium on 5 April.
Hamilton Downs Station recently hosted the Central Land Council’s week-long ranger camp, and Amunturrngu Community College students attended as representatives of the first school to ever be invited to the annual gathering.
Elite athletes from Casuarina Senior College have the opportunity to attend a Canberra camp as participants in the college’s High Performance Sports Program.
Rheumatic Heart Disease affects many young people in communities across the Northern Territory. The condition is defined as damage to one or more heart valves due to Acute Rheumatic Fever, caused by streptococcus bacteria.
A very remote café has become a learning resource for students interested in careers in the food and hospitality industry.
Video Art Music Performance television, or VAMPtv , is about to screen its 100th episode. The NT Music School-hosted avenue for multimedia education has been operating in regional and remote Territory schools since 2011.
To ensure the safety of all children, the following preschools will NOT be open tomorrow, Thursday 22 March 2018:If not listed below, your school will be open.
A big clean-up is still underway at Nightcliff Primary School after Cyclone Marcus felled trees, damaged bike rack covers, and shredded nine shade sails.
A teacher who describes children as ‘digital natives’ and is passionate about integrating ICT to engage, motivate and enhance 21st Century learners will receive an ASG National Excellence in Teaching Award (ASG NEiTA) on February 16 at a presentation ceremony in Melbourne.
Yalmay Yunupingu says being able to share her knowledge and experience with younger generations is what fuels her passion for education.