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On the International Day of People with Disability we highlight an exhibition giving students living with disability the chance to share their creativity.
The school captain at Burke Ward Public School has been given the top award at the annual event celebrating the State's volunteers.
After 110 exams, the 2021 HSC will finish today with no disruption despite the pandemic.
Yesterday's 16th Nanga Mai Awards showcased our brightest and most creative Aboriginal students and dedicated staff working in Aboriginal education
Earlier this week, the Industrial Relations Commission ordered the NSW Teachers Federation to stop strike action planned for Tuesday, 7 December.
School closures due to positive COVID cases will be minimised under new settings announced by the NSW Government.
Older students play an integral role in Boambee Public’s Kindergarten orientation, writes Vanessa Lahey.
Collarenebri Central School and Walgett Community College communities’ work to reclaim stolen artefacts sacred to their people, goes global tonight.
An exemption from NSW Health means unvaccinated Year 12 students will be able to celebrate with their friends.
Speaking became less public during COVID-19 but it didn’t stop NSW public students taking part in ‘The World’s Biggest Debate’, writes Glenn Cullen.
The drum corps and dance ensemble at Irrawang High School has won first place in an Australia-wide competition, writes Sven Wright.
Teachers will be given support and release times from teaching to help them engage with the new K-2 curriculum.