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Queensland learning program lifts literacy experience for boys

Dangerous animals, extreme sports and adventure stories are helping to supercharge literacy skills for boys through a new learning program …
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Keeping students safe around school

As Victorian students head back to school, the Andrews Labor Government is making it safer and easier to get to …
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Creating the the right environment for staff and students to thrive

Ros Curtis, Principal of St Margaret’s Anglican school in Brisbane, speaks to Education Matters about how the school’s philosophy helps …
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Paving the way for educational justice through reconciliation

Sharon Davis is a proud Aboriginal woman from both Bardi and Kija peoples of the Kimberley who is committed to enhancing …
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Road safety begins with the next generation

According to statistics from Transport Accident Commission (TAC), road crashes continue to be the leading cause of death for young …

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Music. Augmented Reality. Cryptology. Whales. Gaming. What’s the commonality between these themes? A usual response to Kate Hargreaves after she …

Why we should take care of our teachers

With teachers supporting young people every day and with greater responsibilities being placed on schools’ to ensure the wellbeing of …

Kicking education goals for Indigenous kids

While we all know the importance of physical activity for children’s health and wellbeing, making sure your kids actually get …

School support for online safety

We have all heard the familiar catch-cry: ‘Why don’t they teach that at school?!’ From sustainability to swimming, hand-washing to healthy eating, …
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New Kindergarten to Year 2 curriculum released for NSW

Teachers, parents and the broader community are being asked to help shape the new English and Maths syllabuses for Kindergarten …
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