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Conservation, culture and curriculum first came together at Muogamarra Field Studies Centre. Kristi Pritchard-Owens reports.
As we mark Science Week, Kristi Pritchard-Owens discovers a Sydney high school with the perfect formula for creating competitive science-based short films.
Wilcannia Central School students are gearing up to share the stage with some of Australia’s biggest names in music. Vivienne Jones reports.
Kristi Pritchard-Owens learns the rules of the traditional game ‘Wulijini’ following another successful Indigenous Games.
The NSW Government has made available 25,000 fee-free training places for anyone seeking to gain skills in early childhood education..
The western Sydney school reigned supreme at the state championships, but the sport itself was the real winner. Glenn Cullen reports.
The landscape has changed but 150 years after it opened, Albion Park Public remains the heart of the community. Kerrie O’Connor joined the celebrations.
Students from Sydney’s Rowland Hassall School are embarking on an international program to help students in need. Sophie Winton reports.
Usually scorned as a fashion sin, double denim was on trend at schools to support a cause close to many staff and students hearts. Olivia Grey reports.
The ability to think fast and on their feet proved a successful formula for the Sydney Girls’ High School debating team.
Willmot Public School has a group of five published authors in their midst after their win at the Sydney Story Factory’s 10-Year Anniversary Writing Prize. Olivia Grey reports.
A group of Penrith Panthers NRL players is making a difference at Coreen School in Blacktown. Pascal Adolphe reports.