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Cyril inspiring senior students

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Cyril inspiring senior students

SOME serious star power has been enlisted to inspire students from a remote Northern Territory community complete high school and move into further education, training or employment.

Voices valued at Ntaria FaFT

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Voices valued at Ntaria FaFT

The Ntaria Families as First Teachers [FaFT] works with families to improve the development of Indigenous children, and ease their transition to school.

Club coding and robot fun

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Club coding and robot fun

Larapinta Primary School students are using Scratch and Scratch Desktop to direct the movement of robots.

Student leaders give voice to Palmerston positives

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Student leaders give voice to Palmerston positives

Student leaders from Palmerston College are embracing their role in Student Voice Positive Choice, and looking at ways they can share the positive message and include others in the program.

Exit Art: a treasury of talent

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Exit Art: a treasury of talent

Exceptional works by Year 12 graduates of Territory government and non-government schools in Darwin, regional and remote communities, are on display at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory.

Homelands student has a passion for education

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Homelands student has a passion for education

Former Laynhapuy Homelands School student, Gapaya Munuŋgurr, has ambitions to be a teacher.

Students teach boating skills

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Students teach boating skills

Students have become teachers in Baniyala Garrangali School’s maritime course.

Creativity of Centralian VAMPtv celebrated

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Creativity of Centralian VAMPtv celebrated

Stuart Liddell is the Alice Springs-based video content producer for Video, Art, Music, Production television (VAMPtv).

Set to open circus

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Set to open circus

Ludmilla Primary School students from Transition to Year 6 are performing circus acts.

Melt in the mouth

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Melt in the mouth

Pancakes made from honey, fresh fruit, and a touch of love, were happily eaten by Girraween Primary School students today.