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Prestigious prize collected by dental apprentice

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Prestigious prize collected by dental apprentice

Dimiti Andresen has claimed the School-based Apprentice or Trainee of the Year Award at this year’s NT Training Awards.

SMiS stimulates wonder in small scientists

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SMiS stimulates wonder in small scientists

Students at Moulden Park Primary School explored many facets of science during their recent Celebration of Science Day.

Who will be the mental Tour de Force?

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Who will be the mental Tour de Force?

Students will shortly clash in an intellectual battle as 29 schools field teams in the Territory heat of the national Tournament of Minds.

Art emblematic of love

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Art emblematic of love

The first Sanderson Alliance Art Award followed a contest open to early childhood, primary and secondary school students.

Stepping stones to maths mastery

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Stepping stones to maths mastery

Girraween Primary School students are becoming more confident in dissecting mathematical conundrums using four proficiencies: understanding, fluency, problem solving, and reasoning.

Youth Business Awards

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Youth Business Awards

Students are invited to demonstrate their entrepreneurial talents and commercial acumen by entering the Youth Business Awards.

Rosebery designs lauded at festival of flair

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Rosebery designs lauded at festival of flair

Students from Rosebery Middle School claimed major awards at the NTeen Fashion Festival, held on 3 September at Casuarina Senior College.

Countdown to major songfest

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Countdown to major songfest

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.

Students’ designs in chic show

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Students’ designs in chic show

The NTeen Fashion Festival, now in its second year, is open to garment designers in years 7 to 12 at Territory schools.

Wave Hill walk remembered

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Wave Hill walk remembered

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.