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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.

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.

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.

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.

Turtle Turners learn Double Dutch

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Turtle Turners learn Double Dutch

The Rosebery Turtle Turners are the Territory’s newest skipping team. The Rosebery Primary School students are ambitious to master rope techniques and become a competitive tour de force.

The Croker Boat

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The Croker Boat

A dragon boat built on Croker Island will be donated to the community at its 23 October launch.

Vocational paths from Owen Springs

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Vocational paths from Owen Springs

Blood, bone and food were used at a careers-oriented event for 13 to 18-year-old Owen Springs School students.