An incorrect and ridiculous tweet by Senator Corey Bernardi has helped Craigburn Primary School raise more than $18,300 for charity.
News release - Susan Close
Today’s hair and beauty expo and competition is the perfect opportunity to consider a career in the industry.
South Australia’s public, Catholic and independent schools are being held to ransom by the Federal Government, which has threatened to withhold $1.2 billion if the State Government doesn’t sign an interim education funding agreement.
An additional $3.8m in funding over four years will boost the state’s Adult Community Education (ACE) program to better connect people to learning and training in their community.
Work is underway at 26 STEM Works schools across the state, with each one showing innovative designs that will help deliver a high quality curriculum within science, technology, engineering, and mathematics subjects.
Up to 20 university students in their final year of teaching will have the opportunity to access to up to $4000 to undertake professional experience placements in regional and rural government schools and preschools in South Australia.
Supporting children’s learning in a rapidly changing world is one of the key themes of this year’s Parents in Education (PiE) week, happening across the state from 18 to 22 September.
Almost 100 delegates are meeting at Wilpena Pound in the Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park from today for a two-day workshop to discuss the co-management of parks in South Australia.
An apprentice who is inspired by a love of jewellery and has found the perfect balance of creative and tactile skills through jewellery manufacture has tonight taken out a top honour at the 2017 South Australian Training Awards.
The allegations made on Lateline reaffirm the need for the Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull to show some leadership and act to establish an independent judicial inquiry into water theft and corruption across the Murray Darling Basin.
Morialta Conservation Park is hosting free family activities –including rock climbing, abseiling and guided night and daytime walks – as September’s Park of the Month.
There has never been a ban on Christmas Carols in South Australian schools.