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The magic of Shakespeare

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The magic of Shakespeare

The selection of Darwin High School student Rhyan Lee for a five-day scholarship with the Bell Shakespeare Company has been acclaimed by the school’s drama teacher, Mark Bunnett.

New adventures on Duke’s path

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New adventures on Duke’s path

Five Kintore Street students have taken their next step on the ladder of the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Awards.

Rhyan bound for Sydney Shakespeare HQ

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Rhyan bound for Sydney Shakespeare HQ

Shakespearean aficionado Rhyan Lee has been chosen for a John Bell Scholarship after successfully competing with 120 hopefuls from across Australia.

Skills for the ‘real world’; STEM education from a teacher's perspective

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Skills for the ‘real world’; STEM education from a teacher's perspective

It is well documented that the world is rapidly changing, and so too are our job roles with new jobs constantly emerging.

Versatile teacher and valued mentor retires

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Versatile teacher and valued mentor retires

Ruth Sheridan is retiring after 38 years as a teacher.

Millner celebrates Paul Kilpatrick’s accolade

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Millner celebrates Paul Kilpatrick’s accolade

Millner Primary School volunteer Paul Kilpatrick has been Highly Commended in the Chief Minister’s Volunteer of the Year awards.

Study tour by Negros Occidental teachers

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Study tour by Negros Occidental teachers

A six-member delegation from Negros Occidental — a province of the Philippines — is in Darwin for five days of professional development.

Environment awards collected by city and remote school

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Environment awards collected by city and remote school

Two Territory schools have claimed major awards for their environment programs.

Ti Tree’s Amanda Kimpton is volunteer of the year

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Ti Tree’s Amanda Kimpton is volunteer of the year

Ti Tree School teacher Amanda Kimpton (pictured centre) was presented with the Chief Minister’s Volunteer of the Year Award at a 7 November ceremony in Alice Springs.

Eco-warriors become twitchers in bird reckoning

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Eco-warriors become twitchers in bird reckoning

Nightcliff Primary School students became junior birders in the recent national Aussie Backyard Bird Count.