24 April 2014
Staying safe online, particularly in a relation to personal information, is the focus of Privacy Awareness Week 2014, which is being held on 4-10 May.
17 April 2014
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were given a colourful insight into Aboriginal culture and the talents of NSW public school students at an event at the Sydney Opera House.
15 April 2014
More than 100 Sydney schools participated in the 2014 Schools Remember Anzac Commemoration Service on Wednesday, 9 April.
9 April 2014
Young people have been invited to say what attracts them to volunteering and what makes volunteering and unpaid work valuable to them.
2 April 2014
The Secretary of the department, Dr Michele Bruniges, has again registered for the Vinnies CEO Sleepout to raise funds and awareness about homelessness.
13 March 2014
The last and most prestigious of several exhibitions featuring the best artworks by 2013 Higher School Certificate visual arts students has opened at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
7 March 2014
A successful professional development program is giving teachers the opportunity to undertake an international study tour and visit some of the world's best schools and centres of teaching and learning.
27 February 2014
All NSW public schools have been directed to engage qualified arborists as soon as practicable to review the safety condition of trees on school grounds.
26 February 2014
The Governor of NSW, Her Excellency Professor The Honourable Marie Bashir AC CVO has acknowledged 51 international students who attended NSW public high schools last year.
3 February 2014
Rhinos in the 'wilds' of Sydney? Yes, believe your eyes. Local numbers of rhinoceroses are definitely on the rise across NSW.
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