On the final day of school last semester, students from Transition to Grade 6 attended the Darwin Entertainment Centre to watch the theatre performance of the 52 Storey Treehouse. This is the second consecutive year we have been able to watch the Storey Treehouse performances thanks to the support of Buslink, who sponsored four of the seven buses we used to transport our students to and from Darwin City. The students thoroughly enjoyed the show and were keen to read the book again when they got back to school! For some children, it was their first time attending a live theatre performance. Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton have already released the next book in the series, so hopefully we will be able to watch the latest instalment next year!
On Wednesday 3rd August students were treated to The NED Show. The NED show promotes positive behaviours and academic achievement in primary school. NED is a loveable cartoon character whose name is an acronym for Never Give Up, Encourage Others, and Do Your Best. Students learnt about these three key…
Media_Release_AqucultureWe are delighted to have received funding from the NT Government to develop an aquaculture/ hydroponics program at our school. raising barramundi and using water from the fish tank for a hydroponics system. The barramundi will be released into the Durack Lakes to enhance the Neighbourhood…
Another GREAT night was had by all, at the Term 2 toad bust. 124 people caught 1208 toads.
Durack students from Preschool to Year 6 paid tribute to past and current Defence Force personnel at the Durack School ANZAC Day Assembly on Friday 22 April and at the Palmerston ANZAC Day March and Ceremony on ANZAC Day, 25th April.
SBS is searching for our most brilliant young minds. The broadcaster is looking for children aged between 7 and 12 years to participate in a competition series that celebrates the incredible talents of extraordinary children. Apply to SBS before early March.
Every year, Durack School recognises Day for Daniel, which is a National Day of Action, raising awareness of child safety, protection and prevention.On Friday October 27th, students wore red and took part in the activities which teach children how to 'Recognise, React and Report' unsafe situations.…
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