For the past ten weeks, ACT public school students and community members have been recording their thoughts, feelings and experiences through the Moments in Time initiative.

The ACT Government has provided new Australian made and designed, sustainable furniture to a number of public schools to support student needs.

The ACT Government recently awarded seventeen grants designed to build Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) capability and make STEM more accessible to 15 ACT public schools and two individual students.

School holidays is a time when families often travel together to get a well-earned break. However, travel in 2020 is a little bit different and everyone needs to be aware of the most recent COVID-19 advice.
2 July 2020

Travel advice on Victoria

School holidays is a time when families often travel together to get a well-earned break. However, travel in 2020 is a little bit different and everyone needs to be aware of the most recent COVID-19 advice.

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Enrolling at the University of Canberra, Rae embarked on her teaching degree and through the University of Canberra Affiliated Schools Program, is now doing a pre-service teacher professional experience placement at Mount Stromlo High School.
29 June 2020

Rewarding experience

Enrolling at the University of Canberra, Rae embarked on her teaching degree and through the University of Canberra Affiliated Schools Program, is now doing a pre-service teacher professional experience placement at Mount Stromlo High School.

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As part of the ACT Government’s commitment to enhancing strong family-school partnership, grants of up to $20,000 will be made available to eligible applicants.

Today the ACT Education Directorate released a ‘roadmap’ for ACT public schools based on the ACT Government’s COVID-19 recovery plan.

The Dickson College library has supported generations of students, adapting with the times and study practices from a heavy focus on the use of books and journals, to the introduction of computers, laptops and mobile phones

The preschool students at Campbell Primary have received a new playground to enjoy.

Yesterday was the last day of National Reconciliation Week for 2020 and the anniversary of Mabo Day. Elinor reflected on the meaning of reconciliation for Australians.

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