23 November 2015
The hopes and aspirations of students - our leaders of tomorrow – is the theme of a new song, Supernova, written and sung by a group of Schools Spectacular performers and alumni.
20 November 2015
Department Secretary Dr Michele Bruniges AM has congratulated Laura Debnam and Steven Collins after they were awarded individual honours at the Premier's Awards for Public Service.
18 November 2015
Agricultural education in South Western Sydney is set to be boosted by the investment of more than $165 million in new and upgraded schools and extra classrooms.
17 November 2015
Public school principals will be better prepared and rewarded under a new $20 million School Leadership Strategy.
6 November 2015
The music program widely recognised as Australia's fame school is giving young singers and songwriters the opportunity to hone their skills early next year.
6 November 2015
White Ribbon Day on 25 November focuses on the message that violence against women is never acceptable and that everyone should speak up when they see, or hear about, such incidents.
30 October 2015
An exhibition program that displays the work of school students in public venues opened this week in Sydney.
21 October 2015
Additional funding is being delivered to NSW public schools in 2016 through the Resource Allocation Model (RAM).
21 September 2015
Using dance to spread their messages of positive body image, resilience and overcoming adversity, more than 1500 public school students performed as part of the 2015 NSW Public Schools State Dance Festival.
1 September 2015
What started as a way of testing the acoustics of a new venue 32 years ago has developed into iconic cultural event.
14 August 2015
More than 1000 school children from 106 public schools in Sydney and from five Chinese provinces will get the chance to revel in the musical aspects of each other's cultures when they join together in song and dance at the Sydney Opera House next week.