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Sydney gets innovative new primary school

A public primary school is the latest addition to a new development at Macquarie Park in Sydney's north-west. The 750-pupil school is part of Frasers Property Midtown MacPark, and is a 'vertical' design with a rooftop recreation area and outdoor ...

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Qld public schools trial learning with generative AI

Select Queensland state schools have begun trialling generative artificial intelligence (AI) tool that generates personalised quizzes, based on student answers, to cater for unique learning styles and improve learning. The technology will be tested by 500 students, from years five ...

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Free food-waste education program for Aussie students

An anti-food waste initiative is providing free, curriculum-centred lesson plans, teacher training and classroom resources to schools willing to teach their students about sustainable food practices. FEAST, a 10-week education program by food rescue organisation OzHarvest, aligns to the years ...

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We asked around about early offers

Universities and tertiary admissions centres are allowing year 12 students across Australia to apply for – and accept – course offers to university before they sit their final exams, complete year 12, and receive their ATAR. Critics of early university ...

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Victorian principal goes back to school for a day

The Hume Australian Christian College (ACC) principal shadowed a student around school for a day in September as part of the Shadow a Student Challenge, an international initiative meant to transform school culture through 'deeper learning'. Deeper learning encourages students ...

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