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Giralang Primary School students and staff had a couple of unexpected visitors last week.

Last week the Science Mentors ACT program was launched at Melrose High School.

Paige Rule, 5, is just starting to trace letters, play with new friends and learn about the world in her first year of school. Last October, just a few months before she started Kindergarten, Paige was diagnosed with leukaemia, a blood cancer affecting thousands of children across Australia.
10 May 2019

Paige the Warrior

Paige Rule, 5, is just starting to trace letters, play with new friends and learn about the world in her first year of school. Last October, just a few months before she started Kindergarten, Paige was diagnosed with leukaemia, a blood cancer affecting thousands of children across Australia.

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When Gungahlin College languages teacher Angela Rega started writing short stories more than 10 years ago, they were for her eyes only – she never imagined she would get national attention for them.
9 May 2019

Language of Literary Success

When Gungahlin College languages teacher Angela Rega started writing short stories more than 10 years ago, they were for her eyes only – she never imagined she would get national attention for them.

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High Schools and Colleges are holding information nights for prospective students and their families in May and June. <a href=The details are available here.">

Hawker hosts female students for Engineering and Computer Science Day

Sixteen Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students were recently presented with scholarships by the Education Directorate to help them further their study.

The ACT Education Directorate hosted a national forum to address the issue of occupational violence in schools. The purpose of the forum was to share work safety learnings across jurisdictions and collectively identify best practice strategies for supporting safe and inclusive school communities for our staff and students. <a href=To read the full communique highlighting the forum, please click here.">

Andrew Ashman was simply born to entertain.

For many students, figuring out what they want to do for work once they finish their education is a difficult decision. The Industry Pathways Course at CIT is a vocational training program helping Canberra’s Year 9 and 10 students explore potential career options.
29 March 2019

Exploring Opportunities

For many students, figuring out what they want to do for work once they finish their education is a difficult decision. The Industry Pathways Course at CIT is a vocational training program helping Canberra’s Year 9 and 10 students explore potential career options.

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