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The ACT’s newest public school is coming to life.  We are now asking the community to vote on the name and uniform for the new school in Molonglo Valley.

On Tuesday, the Minister for Education, Yvette Berry visited the school to assist in planting the Japanese Elm. She also provided the Student Parliament with the unique experience of lining up with a fellow Minister to face questions from the media.

Last Friday, the 2020 Young Canberra Citizen of the Year awards recognised a group of inspiring and influential young people from across the ACT region for their contributions towards positive change, including a number of our ACT public school students.
30 July 2020

Inspiring young Canberrans celebrated

Last Friday, the 2020 Young Canberra Citizen of the Year awards recognised a group of inspiring and influential young people from across the ACT region for their contributions towards positive change, including a number of our ACT public school students.

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North Ainslie Primary School has created new safe and cosy homes for some local possums by installing possum houses in trees around the school.

UC Senior Secondary College Lake Ginninderra students continue to make positive contributions to their school

The ACT Government has updated a COVID-19 Public Health Direction this morning, which legally requires anyone who has been in affected locations identified by NSW Health to self-quarantine for 14 days from the date they were in the following locations, even if they do not have any symptoms.

As part of the ACT Government’s $115 million program to upgrade public schools, upgrades to heating and cooling systems has taken place in several ACT public schools this year, to improve thermal conditions for students and staff.

The annual Step into the Limelight showcase has wrapped up for another year, featuring a stunning collection of student artwork from across ACT public schools.

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.

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