Isabella Plains Early Childhood School celebrates its tenth birthday with a community picnic.
17 September 2019

Ten and thriving

Isabella Plains Early Childhood School celebrates its tenth birthday with a community picnic.

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Chanting, clapping and cheering, students sang their hearts out at the sixth annual SingFest event
13 September 2019

Sing your heart out

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

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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.
12 September 2019

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.

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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.
23 August 2019

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.

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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.
22 August 2019

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.

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Gungahlin College student Isaac Martin is one of 25 students across Australia to receive a Tuckwell Scholarship.
7 August 2019

Scientific success

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

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

More than 120 students gathered for the Minister’s Student Congress, held at the Hedley Beare Centre for Teaching and Learning on 5 July.
15 July 2019

Making their voices heard

More than 120 students gathered for the Minister’s Student Congress, held at the Hedley Beare Centre for Teaching and Learning on 5 July.

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Preschool students at Hughes Primary School were excited to officially open their upgraded learning area earlier this week. The new play space, which includes new equipment and a protective shade sail, will allow the students to play and learn safely while also being protected from the elements.
3 July 2019

Hughes ready to play

Preschool students at Hughes Primary School were excited to officially open their upgraded learning area earlier this week. The new play space, which includes new equipment and a protective shade sail, will allow the students to play and learn safely while also being protected from the elements.

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Narrabundah College student Sarah Millward, 16, loves creating digital worlds. Her work on digital art has allowed her to dream and create, taking her into the depths of her imagination.
28 June 2019

Capturing her dreams

Narrabundah College student Sarah Millward, 16, loves creating digital worlds. Her work on digital art has allowed her to dream and create, taking her into the depths of her imagination.

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