The Durack School community were out in force to combat the cane toad last Friday. 147 people formed 32 teams to catch 722 (48.5kg) toads from the school grounds and around the lakes on the Palmerston Golf Course. A great time was had by all. It was wonderful to see some new families join us, as well as those who faithfully attend every bust. Durack School holds toad busts from 7pm on the Friday of week 5, every term.
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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.…
Durack School has once again been recognised in the Anzac Day Schools' Awards, with our school being named the NT winner for 2017. Students created a video presentation of “What Anzac Day means to Durack School?” encompassing all the activities students took part in to commemorate Anzac Day. The…
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