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Lajamanu boosts first language Warlpiri

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Lajamanu boosts first language Warlpiri

A Warlpiri literacy program is being tested at Lajamanu School. The aim is to build students’ first language reading and writing skills.

Tennis titans’ third triumph

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Tennis titans’ third triumph

In the five-year history of the Most Outstanding School Award, Nightcliff Primary School has collected the coveted tennis prize three times.

Transition to Ntaria

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Transition to Ntaria

Leaving Alice Springs can create or deepen friendships in other cultures, and reveal different life stories, physical and social environments.

ET seeds may turn golden

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ET seeds may turn golden

Golden Wattle seeds will be planted at Robinson River School after six months on the International Space Station.

Thank you Helen!

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Thank you Helen!

Helen Taylor has retired after 51 years’ service to education in the Territory.

The art of well-being

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The art of well-being

Four students from the Territory School of Flexible Learning won awards for their submissions to an art display about well-being.

A garden rich in experiences

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A garden rich in experiences

Kintore Street School’s new sensory garden is full of fascinating structures that stimulate students, and helps them regulate and understand their behaviours.

I love you Mrs Hester!

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I love you Mrs Hester!

Teacher Glynis Hester has retired after 39 years’ service to the Department of Education.

Kids grow in Grandad’s Garden

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Kids grow in Grandad’s Garden

Plants, mathematics, English and social and emotional learning, are parts of a Ross Park Primary School program for Transition students.

Southerners trounce Top End teams

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Southerners trounce Top End teams

Katherine South Primary students scored upset victories over Darwin and Palmerston teams at a 23 October rugby league tournament.