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With our investment in digital education, ACT public schools are well placed to ensure education can continue as we all work together to slow the spread of COVID-19.

The Home Learning: Resources for Students and Families online portal is now available to support parents and students learning from home. This online learning resource library is user friendly and suitable for students of all ages with a wide variety of engaging lessons, activities, podcasts, video links and family guides.
31 March 2020

Home Learning: Resources for Students and Families now available

The Home Learning: Resources for Students and Families online portal is now available to support parents and students learning from home. This online learning resource library is user friendly and suitable for students of all ages with a wide variety of engaging lessons, activities, podcasts, video links and family guides.

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The ACT Minister for Education announced that from Tuesday 24 March all ACT public schools will go pupil free until the school holidays due to begin on Thursday 9 April, 2020. Your child should still attend school on Monday 23 March.

Lyneham High School has re-opened after receiving advice that contact tracing of the positive COID-19 case at Lyneham High School has been completed.

In 2017 the ACT Government commenced an audit of government owned buildings for cladding materials consisting of either Aluminium Composite Panels (ACP) or Expanded Polystyrene (EPS).

Aboriginal Artist Kristie Peters is a Wiradjuri woman and founder of Yarrudhamarra Creation visited Narrabundah Early Childhood School’s Koori Preschool group.

On Friday the 6th of March, school students from around the ACT attended an International Women’s Day event hosted by the ACT Education Directorate. The event grouped mainly female students together to collaborate and share ideas on leading inspirational change.

2020 is the International Year of Plant Health and thanks to a collaboration with Farrer and Mawson Primary Schools and Carol Quashie-Williams from the Department of Agriculture, students across the ACT will soon know a lot more about plant health.
11 March 2020

STEM Education: Eradicating pests in the classroom

2020 is the International Year of Plant Health and thanks to a collaboration with Farrer and Mawson Primary Schools and Carol Quashie-Williams from the Department of Agriculture, students across the ACT will soon know a lot more about plant health.

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Across the ACT, our public schools have been installing a range of bike tracks for students and members of the community to use.

Now 16, Gungahlin College Year 11 student Jade Brown has been selected in the Australian Schoolgirls football team for the International Cup, to be staged in Dallas in April.
5 March 2020

Taking on the world

Now 16, Gungahlin College Year 11 student Jade Brown has been selected in the Australian Schoolgirls football team for the International Cup, to be staged in Dallas in April.

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