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ACT Education Directorate

We aim to develop and deliver educational services to empower each child and young person in the ACT to learn for life.

13 Sep 2019
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Sing your heart out

Chanting, clapping and cheering, students sang their hearts out at the sixth annual SingFest event

12 Sep 2019
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Education through activity

Health and physical education in school plays a vital role in teaching our young people the skills to engage in physical activity and become healthy, active adults.

23 Aug 2019
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Reading a super power

There is a special buzz in the air for everyone across schools during Book Week. For educators like Emma Cox from Red Hill Primary, this buzz is heightened. As a teacher librarian, avid reader and unashamed book lover, Book Week is Emma’s favourite time of the school year.

22 Aug 2019
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Sparking a love of science in the early years

A child’s love of science starts well before they enter the high school science lab and light up the Bunsen burner. It starts with the first fallen Autumn leaf scrunched in a tiny hand or putting together their first Lego house.

07 Aug 2019
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Scientific success

Gungahlin College student Isaac Martin is one of 25 students across Australia to receive a Tuckwell Scholarship.

29 Jul 2019
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Ainslie’s artistic exploration

Ainslie School students took part in a unique and experimental arts experience last week, exploring their artistic self through music and visual arts.

Families and Carers Hotline

Parents and carers are encouraged to contact their child’s teacher or school principal about any issue or concern regarding their child’s welfare. Alternatively, parents, carers and community members can raise any concerns with the ACT Education Directorate through the Families and Students, Complaints and Feedback Unit online via the ACT Education Directorate contact form or by phone (02) 6205 5429 between 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday.

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27 Sep 2019

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07 Oct 2019

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Future of Education

Every child deserves a great education and the life chances which flow from it. The Future of Education Strategy outlines a 10-year plan to make sure the focus and investment achieves the best future for all children and young people in the ACT.

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Teacher Spotlight: Royce Vagg

Teacher, Kingsford Smith School

For language teacher Royce Vagg, the best part of teaching is having the opportunity and privilege of working with some of the brightest young minds in Canberra. We ask him about his career, his inspiration and his advice for starting teachers.

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Great to have Bonython Primary School - ACT featured on ABC Canberra talking about how our cultural integrity approaches have guided student inquiry leading to this exhibition.

ACKNOWLEDGING COUNTRY The 2019 Bonython Primary School Art Exhibition featured on ABC Canberra Radio this morning. Greg Bayliss, ABC Radio announcer, interviewed Rauny Worm (Tuggeranong Arts Centre CEO), Karen Wilson (BPS Visual Arts Specialist Teacher) and Marc Warwick (BPS Deputy Principal). The following link is the live stream (starting at 4:42:45, so just scroll through)... https://www.abc.net.au/radio/canberra/programs/saturdaybreakfast/saturday-breakfast/11489534 #bpsacknowledgingcountry #bonps #bpsinquiry ACT Public Schools Tuggeranong Arts Centre ABC Canberra #ABCcanberra

This 'GEM' of a #photooftheweek captures the joy of the celebrations at Isabella Plains Early Childhood School this week as the school community celebrated their 10th birthday. Congratulations More photos on their Facebook page. 👏