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ACT Education Directorate

We aim to develop and deliver educational services to empower each child and young person in the ACT to learn for life.

22 Feb 2019

Success at the French Physics Olympiads

Four Telopea Park School Year 9 students came home with the goods after participating in the 26th French Physics Olympiads this year.

15 Feb 2019

Welcoming our new Educators

This year more than 120 new educators joined the ACT Education Directorate

12 Feb 2019

Times Gone By

Kids from all over Australia, in every territory and state, rang in the New Year with the traditional song Auld Lang Syne.

08 Feb 2019

Chromebook rollout continues into 2019

There were plenty of smiling faces as the new year 7 cohort at Mount Stromlo High School received their Chromebook devices today.

06 Feb 2019

First day a Success at Margaret Hendry

Margaret Hendry School, located in the new suburb of Taylor in Gungahlin’s north, officially opened its doors for the first time on Monday.

05 Feb 2019

New facilities open at Gold Creek School

School is back at Gold Creek – and as the students return, they are also discovering the newest addition to the Junior Campus

Families and Carers Hotline

Parents and carers are encouraged to contact their child’s teacher or school principal about any issue or concern regarding their child’s welfare. Alternatively, parents, carers and community members can raise any concerns directly with the ACT Education Directorate through the ACT Public Schools Liaison Unit on (02) 6205 5429 between 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday. Or online via Access Canberra.

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Canberra Day

11 Mar 2019

Term 1 Ends

12 Apr 2019

Good Friday

19 Apr 2019

Future of Education

Every child deserves a great education and the life chances which flow from it. The Future of Education Strategy outlines a 10-year plan to make sure the focus and investment achieves the best future for all children and young people in the ACT.

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Teacher Spotlight: Kate Woods

Principal, Margaret Hendry Primary School

Kate is busily preparing for the new school to open its doors in 2019. It’s an exciting time for the whole community, especially the children getting ready to start in February.

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A good reminder.

If you need to drive to school, remember to park legally at all times. Parking Operations use a Licence Plate Recognition vehicle (or electronic chalking), which regularly patrols school environments to increase safety for children. While the school can become congested during the peak times, illegal parking should be avoided as it creates an unsafe environment for children and local residents.

Namadgi School preschool students have a new classmate - Squirtle the Turtle! The preschool program uses a play based approach to encourage students to explore, interact and develop alongside their environment. Squirtle seems to be enjoying the attention he is getting being part of the preschool environment.🐢