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Students sail into history

1 October 2014

A group of Aboriginal students will make history when a canoe they built becomes part of the Eora Gallery display at the Australian National Maritime Museum in Darling Harbour.

Operation Art exhibition

12 September 2014

Student artists from schools across the state have had their artworks chosen for this year's popular Operation Art touring exhibition.

DanceSport Challenge

12 September 2014

Imagine more than 800 boys and girls whirling and twirling in full ballroom regalia, watched by a packed audience.

Gallipoli 2015 School Tour – schools announced

2 September 2014

The secondary schools that will have the opportunity to send students to the Anzac Day Dawn Service Commemorations at Gallipoli in April 2015 have been announced.

Premier's Teacher Scholarships

1 September 2014

The Premier Mike Baird has congratulated 22 teachers from across NSW who have been recognised for their commitment to quality education with a 2014 Premier's Teacher Scholarship.

NSW public school educators in WWI & WWII

12 August 2014

The biographical details of NSW public school teachers and education department officers who enlisted in World War I and World War II have been brought to life in digital form for the first time, the culmination of a remarkable publishing project.

NSW student wins Plain English Speaking Award

12 August 2014

Sydney Girls High School Year 12 student, Theodora Von Arnim, won the National Final of the Plain English Speaking Award held in Adelaide yesterday.

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A diverse group of graduates from NSW public schools reflect on their education experiences.

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