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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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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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