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Posted on 02 December, 2015 in Student Success

Accomplished scientists

Accomplished scientists

On Wednesday 29th October, six students from our High Potential Science group (Lucas Timms, Kaushal Naidu, Mitchell Timms, Ethan Barling, Riley Stone and Benjamin Cox) received their prizes at the NT Young Scientists Awards, held at CDU University. Congratulations to all students in the group, they have worked very hard all year and achieved some outstanding results.

Results

Lucas Timms, Grade 2

1st: T-3 Engineering - Individual

Kaushal Naidu, Grade 2

1st: T-3 Practical Investigation - Student Directed - Individual

Lucas Timms & Benjamin Cox, Grade 2

1st: T-3 Practical Investigation - Student Directed - Group

Mitchell Timms, Grade 4

3rd: 4-6 Practical Investigation - Student Directed - Individual

Ethan Barling & Riley Stone, Grade 5 & 6

2nd: 4-6 Practical Investigation - Student Directed - Group

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Posted on 13 June 2017

Heading to Bali?

Heading to Bali?

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Posted on 13 June 2017

2017 Musica Viva Performance

2017 Musica Viva Performance

The students from Transition to Year 6 were treated to a brilliant performance when Makukuhan visited on Monday 29th May. Makukuhan is a dynamic mini-Gamelan Indonesian orchestra, whose performances are a riot of colour and rhythm, including pitch-bending drums, mesmerising masked dance and…

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