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This term, students from across the ACT gathered at Gold Creek School for an exciting, fun filled activity day for students in years 4 - 8 with vision loss.

This week students from Black Mountain School visited an O’Connor Cooperative School kindergarten class to read and share Dreamtime stories that they wrote and illustrated. It was a very special moment for the Black Mountain students, as they proudly shared their work and got to experience something new.
25 September 2020

Dreamtime stories created by the students of Black Mountain School

This week students from Black Mountain School visited an O’Connor Cooperative School kindergarten class to read and share Dreamtime stories that they wrote and illustrated. It was a very special moment for the Black Mountain students, as they proudly shared their work and got to experience something new.

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Sebastian Connor, from Dickson College, was announced as the winner of the ACT Australian School-based Apprentice of the Year Award for his passion and enthusiasm to pursuing a Certificate III in Commercial Cookery.
22 September 2020

ACT Training Awards celebrate students

Sebastian Connor, from Dickson College, was announced as the winner of the ACT Australian School-based Apprentice of the Year Award for his passion and enthusiasm to pursuing a Certificate III in Commercial Cookery.

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A Tree Day in Spring is just one of the ways the Hawker College community contributes to developing a sustainable school environment.

In an exciting yearlong project, Lyneham High School worked with the Aboriginal community and engaged a talented young artist to transform a bare wall in the school building into an incredible mural, inspired by themes of the land, identity and ancestry.
17 September 2020

A new mural for Lyneham High School

In an exciting yearlong project, Lyneham High School worked with the Aboriginal community and engaged a talented young artist to transform a bare wall in the school building into an incredible mural, inspired by themes of the land, identity and ancestry.

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Child Protection Week focussed on eSafety last week, with more than 3500 students tuning into a webinar conducted by the Office of the eSafety Commissioner.

Director General Katy Haire said there are so many exceptional people within our public schools and the education support office who go above and beyond to make a difference to the lives of our students and school communities.

Dickson College alumnus, Antonio Gambale, has received two Emmy nominations for his composition work on the successful Netflix show ‘Unortho

The Chief Health Officer has issued guidance to the Education Directorate which sets out the considerations for all schools in planning end of year events, including for formals and graduation ceremonies.
4 September 2020

Advice on end of year activities

The Chief Health Officer has issued guidance to the Education Directorate which sets out the considerations for all schools in planning end of year events, including for formals and graduation ceremonies.

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On September 2 we recognise Indigenous Literacy Day. The Indigenous Literacy Foundation (ILF) promotes early literacy and familiarity with books to children in their home languages and in English.
2 September 2020

Opening the Door on Indigenous Literacy

On September 2 we recognise Indigenous Literacy Day. The Indigenous Literacy Foundation (ILF) promotes early literacy and familiarity with books to children in their home languages and in English.

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