Music: Count Us In is touted as the nation’s biggest music education celebration , in which children from schools registered for the annual event simultaneously sing one song.
The NTeen Fashion Festival, now in its second year, is open to garment designers in years 7 to 12 at Territory schools.
On 23 August 1966, two hundred Aboriginal stockmen, house servants and their families, walked off Wave Hill Station in protest at appalling work and pay conditions.
The annual school survey opens this week, providing an opportunity for students, parents and school staff to comment on the operations of their schools.
Durack Primary School student Christopher Edwards was distinguished for The Grasslands – his submission to last year’s Red Room Poetry Object.
StudyNT ambassador Enggar Daranindra has received a national award for her significant volunteering efforts in the local community.
The 2016 NAPLAN preliminary results show that the Northern Territory has made excellent progress. The NAPLAN results for year 3 students are once again leading the way with excellent improvements in reading, spelling, and grammar and punctuation.
As horses thundered around the track at the Harts Range Races, six students from the Alice Springs School of the Air fundraised on the sidelines.
On Monday 25 July 2016, the Minister for Education launched the Northern Territory Preschool Curriculum which is being implemented in all government preschools across the Territory from Term 3, 2016.
Building design and construction techniques dating back 40,000 years have largely been used in creating shelters of cultural significance to Nhulunbuy High School students.