Improvements have been underway at Campbell High School while students and staff were engaging in remote learning.

In term 1, students from Lake Tuggeranong College spent every Tuesday afternoon visiting Gilmore Primary School students in years 3 and 4, to work together on an exciting major project: building an Aboriginal plant use garden in the natural play space at Gilmore Primary.
27 May 2020

Aboriginal plant use garden

In term 1, students from Lake Tuggeranong College spent every Tuesday afternoon visiting Gilmore Primary School students in years 3 and 4, to work together on an exciting major project: building an Aboriginal plant use garden in the natural play space at Gilmore Primary.

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Staff at Belconnen High School worked hard to ensure the school was ready for remote learning in term 2 and support staff have supported teachers to ensure a smooth transition to at home learning and taken the opportunity to catch up on quite a few administrative tasks.

Latham Primary School has really shown leadership in this space with some creative, engaging and downright funny activities.

Back in May 2019, Fadden Preschool received a few new additions to their playground in the form of 40 Silver Birch trees, one planted for each student in the two preschool classes. The new trees were planted in a unique spiral pattern, leading to an enchanted fairy garden and small timber setting.
22 May 2020

Fadden Preschool Students Enchanted by Spiral Tree Forest

Back in May 2019, Fadden Preschool received a few new additions to their playground in the form of 40 Silver Birch trees, one planted for each student in the two preschool classes. The new trees were planted in a unique spiral pattern, leading to an enchanted fairy garden and small timber setting.

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As students begin returning to ACT public schools, we spoke to Principal at Namadgi School Gareth Richards to find out more about remote learning, the return to school and of course, No Assembly Fridays.

P&Cs run community activities that support the schools, such as Out of School Hours Care, canteens and uniform shops. We provide support for parents and we work in partnership with schools to achieve their strategic plans. We also do a lot of fundraising for activities, capital works and educational resources.
21 May 2020

What does it take to be a volunteer?

P&Cs run community activities that support the schools, such as Out of School Hours Care, canteens and uniform shops. We provide support for parents and we work in partnership with schools to achieve their strategic plans. We also do a lot of fundraising for activities, capital works and educational resources.

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The ‘Moments in Time’ initiative gives students an opportunity to capture their experience during this pivotal stage in history and provide insight for students of the future.
21 May 2020

Moments in Time

The ‘Moments in Time’ initiative gives students an opportunity to capture their experience during this pivotal stage in history and provide insight for students of the future.

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This week is Volunteer Week, so we spoke to Harrison School P&C President, Jackie Floro, to find out a little more about P&Cs, who they are, what they do and the positive impact of volunteering for you and your community.
20 May 2020

P&Cs support schools to thrive

This week is Volunteer Week, so we spoke to Harrison School P&C President, Jackie Floro, to find out a little more about P&Cs, who they are, what they do and the positive impact of volunteering for you and your community.

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Yesterday marked the return of students from Preschool, K-2, Years 7, 11 and 12 across ACT public schools.

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