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Opera Queensland Education Program and in-schools outreach Opera Queensland is touring performances of The Frog Prince and La Boheme with primary schools included for the first time.
Uniform rules needed for school uniforms Allowing girls to wear shorts and trousers to school has been surprisingly controversial and some rigour around debate on the issue has been introduced with recent research on the topic.
Get a grip on ATAR anxiety It’s that time of year again, exams, final exams, eek, it’s hard to not let the stress get the better of you but what do you do when you're stressed, your friends are stressed and the parents are especially stressed?   Take a deep breath and realise that the only thing that’s at stake is your future…, just kidding, it’s probably more helpful to focus on the idea that there is more than one way to skin a cat and there are more pathways to a fulfilling career than ATAR.
Combine classroom academics with physical activity We don't get enough exercise, kids and adults alike, it’s to do with time, we all lead super busy lives, that and motivation, it’s far too easy to switch on the TV to watch others do the sport and dial Ubereats.
Talk-and-walk-a-thon for peer support Talk-And-Walk-A-Thon is a new nationwide initiative by Peer Support Australia where students put down their phones, connect with their peers face to face and get some exercise.
Phonics apps helping struggling kids A suite of apps used by over 25,000 Australian educators could be a winner for preschoolers with language difficulties.
Toolkit for classroom wellbeing Depression, anxiety and behavioural disorders emerge early and can be prevented in part with a greater focus on mental wellbeing in the classroom.
Nominees for Telstra Aria Music Teacher of the Year Award Telstra, ARIA and The Song Room have announced the nominees for the 2019 Telstra ARIA Music Teacher of the Year Award.
If you want a career in digital illustration go south Adelaide is fast becoming a hub of digital illustration and effects with Flinders winning a place among the world’s top 10 digital illustration schools again.
Is Australian youth suicide a crisis? The number of kids falling into despair is increasing, there is a marked increase in the number of youth suicides when compared to 10 years ago and by marked we mean it’s up by 70%.
Victorian school students to raise $100,000 for children living in poverty  State Schools’ Relief to launch an ‘Every Student’ crowdfunding campaign to match dollar for dollar the funds raised by Victorian schools.
Study tips for Year 11 and 12 Mathematics students Most students consider their final exams as the pinnacle of their education and the most important part of their future aspirations. While a good ATAR can mean that a student will get into the degree of their choice, it is not the only pathway.
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