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The Courier
Numerate equals fun in big maths dayGrade four pupils learnt maths is more than just getting out calculator and tap
Numerate equals fun in big maths day
The Courier / Posted 10 hours ago
Grade four pupils learnt maths is more than just getting out calculator and tapping away on Monday. Numerous: Grade four pupils Timothy Mani (Emmaus Catholic Primary School), Eloise Leonard (St Francis Xavier Primary), Jordan Hill (Damascus College)... Read more
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News Mail
Parenting author Maggie Dent enjoys her time in GladstonePARENTING author and educator Maggie Dent shares her experiences in Gladstone:
Parenting author Maggie Dent enjoys her time in Gladstone
News Mail / Posted yesterday
PARENTING author and educator Maggie Dent shares her experiences in Gladstone: THIS week, I had a delightful experience in the Echidna Prep class (5-year-olds) at St John the Baptist Catholic Primary School in Gladstone with passionate early... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Parenting author Maggie Dent enjoys her time in GladstonePARENTING author and educator Maggie Dent shares her experiences in Gladstone:
Parenting author Maggie Dent enjoys her time in Gladstone
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
PARENTING author and educator Maggie Dent shares her experiences in Gladstone: THIS week, I had a delightful experience in the Echidna Prep class (5-year-olds) at St John the Baptist Catholic Primary School in Gladstone with passionate early... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Parenting author Maggie Dent enjoys her time in GladstonePARENTING author and educator Maggie Dent shares her experiences in Gladstone:
Parenting author Maggie Dent enjoys her time in Gladstone
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
PARENTING author and educator Maggie Dent shares her experiences in Gladstone: THIS week, I had a delightful experience in the Echidna Prep class (5-year-olds) at St John the Baptist Catholic Primary School in Gladstone with passionate early... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
School's out, footy gear onTEXTBOOKS, pencils and paper were all pushed aside for eighteen rugby league sc
School's out, footy gear on
The Daily Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
TEXTBOOKS, pencils and paper were all pushed aside for eighteen rugby league schoolboy teams from all around the Central Highlands when they converged at Capella's Bridgeman Park for the annual Steve Bell Carnival on Friday. Bell, an Emerald Tigers... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
School's out, footy gear onTEXTBOOKS, pencils and paper were all pushed aside for eighteen rugby league sc
School's out, footy gear on
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 5 days ago
TEXTBOOKS, pencils and paper were all pushed aside for eighteen rugby league schoolboy teams from all around the Central Highlands when they converged at Capella's Bridgeman Park for the annual Steve Bell Carnival on Friday. Bell, an Emerald Tigers... Read more
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Herts Advertiser
The Herts Advertiser School Awards: with galleries WITHOUT doubt one of the biggest events in the education calendar for the St
The Herts Advertiser School Awards: with galleries
Herts Advertiser / Posted 7 days ago
WITHOUT doubt one of the biggest events in the education calendar for the St Albans district is the Herts Advertiser School Awards, which took place last week at a gala ceremony evening at Oaklands... Read more
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Gazette
'Compatible' couple from Yate toast a golden 50 years of marriageYATE golden couple Julie and Dave Todd may have found friendship as teenagers b
'Compatible' couple from Yate toast a golden 50 years of marriage
Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
YATE golden couple Julie and Dave Todd may have found friendship as teenagers but their compatibility has seen them through 50 years of marriage. “We were both compatible and have always both said sorry if we have an argument,” said Mr Todd, 73. “I... Read more
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Gazette
'Compatible' couple from Yate toast a golden 50 years of marriageYATE golden couple Julie and Dave Todd may have found friendship as teenagers b
'Compatible' couple from Yate toast a golden 50 years of marriage
Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
YATE golden couple Julie and Dave Todd may have found friendship as teenagers but their compatibility has seen them through 50 years of marriage. “We were both compatible and have always both said sorry if we have an argument,” said Mr Todd, 73. “I... Read more
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birminghammail
Teachers strike: Worcestershire schools affectedThousands of school teachers across the West Midlands are expected to go on str
Teachers strike: Worcestershire schools affected
birminghammail / Posted 10 days ago
Thousands of school teachers across the West Midlands are expected to go on strike on Thursday in a protest over pension reforms. Below is a list of schools in Worcestershire affected by closures, or partial-closures. Contact your school or visit... Read more
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Canberra Times
New Catholic preschool to open at St Anthony's Primary School in Wanniassa in early 2017At the site for the new centre are, from left, Erin Kemp 6, Tyler Mullan 5, St
New Catholic preschool to open at St Anthony's Primary School in Wanniassa in early 2017
Canberra Times / Posted 11 days ago
At the site for the new centre are, from left, Erin Kemp 6, Tyler Mullan 5, St Anthony's principal Greg Walker, Tim Smith from the Catholic Education Office, Ike Goddard, 11 and Abi McIntyre, 11. Photo: Graham Tidy A new Catholic preschool catering... Read more
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The Courier
Knife scare at primary schoolParents have raised concerns after a knife incident at a Ballarat primary schoo
Knife scare at primary school
The Courier / Posted 12 days ago
Parents have raised concerns after a knife incident at a Ballarat primary school on Monday. PARENTS have raised concerns over an incident at a Ballarat Catholic primary school where a pupil presented a knife on Monday morning. The Courier... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Schools at Norman Gardens and Parkhurst get new zone signsSTUDENTS at two Keppel electorate schools will be safer with the installation o
Schools at Norman Gardens and Parkhurst get new zone signs
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 13 days ago
STUDENTS at two Keppel electorate schools will be safer with the installation of flashing school zone signs this week. Member for Keppel Brittany Lauga said the signs would be installed in the school zone on Feez Street at St Anthony's Catholic... Read more
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News Mail
Schools at Norman Gardens and Parkhurst get new zone signsSTUDENTS at two Keppel electorate schools will be safer with the installation o
Schools at Norman Gardens and Parkhurst get new zone signs
News Mail / Posted 13 days ago
STUDENTS at two Keppel electorate schools will be safer with the installation of flashing school zone signs this week. Member for Keppel Brittany Lauga said the signs would be installed in the school zone on Feez Street at St Anthony's Catholic... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Schools at Norman Gardens and Parkhurst get new zone signsSTUDENTS at two Keppel electorate schools will be safer with the installation o
Schools at Norman Gardens and Parkhurst get new zone signs
The Daily Mercury / Posted 13 days ago
STUDENTS at two Keppel electorate schools will be safer with the installation of flashing school zone signs this week. Member for Keppel Brittany Lauga said the signs would be installed in the school zone on Feez Street at St Anthony's Catholic... Read more
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Canberra Times
More parents choose play time over school activities as homework value debatedWatson mum Bianca Brownlow, pictured with Fyfe, four, and Murphy Elkins, seven.
More parents choose play time over school activities as homework value debated
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
Watson mum Bianca Brownlow, pictured with Fyfe, four, and Murphy Elkins, seven. She is among an increasing number of parents opting out of homework for their kids. Photo: Jamila Toderas Parents would be better off reading to their children than... Read more
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Western Advocate
Setting sights on school safety lightsBathurst schools will be fitted with flashing school zone signs this month as t
Setting sights on school safety lights
Western Advocate / Posted 17 days ago
Bathurst schools will be fitted with flashing school zone signs this month as the NSW Government initiative is rolled out across the state. BIG WARNING SIGN: A technician prepares to switch on the newly installed flashing school zone sign on the... Read more
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The News and Star
Cumbrian mum buys county's first Rugbytots franchiseLast updated at 14:37, Thursday, 13 August 2015 A rugby-mad mum has started up
Cumbrian mum buys county's first Rugbytots franchise
The News and Star / Posted 18 days ago
Last updated at 14:37, Thursday, 13 August 2015 A rugby-mad mum has started up her own training sessions so that children as young as two-years-old can get a first taste of how to play the muddy game. Kate Francis, 40, of Thursby bought the first... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Performance celebrates Red Cross serviceThere could no more significant date than August 13 for Tullimbar Public School
Performance celebrates Red Cross service
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 19 days ago
There could no more significant date than August 13 for Tullimbar Public School students to perform their Wakakirri story-dance Stand By You. Story-dance: Tullimbar students, from left, Tyler Whitaker, Kayla Cooper, Tatum Sawtell, Kaitlin Gallagher,... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
St Michael's: a look back at the early daysSt Michael’s Primary School in Thirroul is celebrating its 75th anniversary. JO
St Michael's: a look back at the early days
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 22 days ago
St Michael’s Primary School in Thirroul is celebrating its 75th anniversary. JODIE DUFFY takes a look back at the school’s early days. St Michael’s Thirroul 1955 sixth class girls in hats. It was not long after Sister Thecla Sullivan had taken her... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
ARTS: exhibition marks survivors anniversarySEVENTY years since they first set foot on British soil a group of child concen
ARTS: exhibition marks survivors anniversary
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 23 days ago
SEVENTY years since they first set foot on British soil a group of child concentration camp survivors are being remembered through a new exhibition. The 300 children - all orphans who were flown from Prague to Carlisle Airport - arrived at Calgarth,... Read more
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Perth Now
Parents warned after child predator scarePolice are investigating a child predator scare in Tuart Hill. File image POLI
Parents warned after child predator scare
Perth Now / Posted 24 days ago
Police are investigating a child predator scare in Tuart Hill. File image POLICE are investigating a child predator scare in the northern suburbs after a young boy was targeted on the way home from school. A boy who attends St Kieran Catholic... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
New remembrance plaque for West Wollongong schoolMember for Cunningham Sharon Bird officially unveiled an Anzac Centenary Plaque
New remembrance plaque for West Wollongong school
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 24 days ago
Member for Cunningham Sharon Bird officially unveiled an Anzac Centenary Plaque at St Therese Catholic Primary School at West Wollongong on Friday morning. The unveiling ceremony. Picture: GREG TOTMAN Member for Cunningham Sharon Bird officially... Read more
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Queensland Times
Sippy Downs officer wins Adopt-a-Cop of the YearSIPPY Downs police officer Senior Constable Veronica Brennan has been awarded t
Sippy Downs officer wins Adopt-a-Cop of the Year
Queensland Times / Posted 25 days ago
SIPPY Downs police officer Senior Constable Veronica Brennan has been awarded the Sunshine Coast's Adopt-a-Cop of the Year. Snr Const Brennan's work with students and staff at Siena Catholic Primary School earned her this year's title She has been... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Five-year-old's wheelchair dream met as Hampshire raises thousandsA FIVE-year-old Winchester girl with cerebral palsy has had a dream come true a
Five-year-old's wheelchair dream met as Hampshire raises thousands
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 25 days ago
A FIVE-year-old Winchester girl with cerebral palsy has had a dream come true after the people of Hampshire raised thousands of pounds to buy her a new wheelchair. Zofia Bichler will taste independence for the first time after a charity-backed... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Garden helps primary pupils learn about the HolocaustSOUTH Lakes pupils have helped to plant a commemorative garden to mark the arri
Garden helps primary pupils learn about the Holocaust
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 26 days ago
SOUTH Lakes pupils have helped to plant a commemorative garden to mark the arrival of 300 Jewish children who were liberated to the Lake District from a Nazi concentration camp 70-years-ago. The garden is part of the Lake District Holocaust... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Pedestrians forced to walk on street during Ashfield Council’s $4.5m footpath worksParents and students were forced to walk on the street for the better part of a
Pedestrians forced to walk on street during Ashfield Council’s $4.5m footpath works
Daily Telegraph / Posted 26 days ago
Parents and students were forced to walk on the street for the better part of a week while Ashfield Council completes footpath works. Schoolchildren and pedestrians were forced off the footpath and on to the street to get to a pedestrian crossing in... Read more
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Ghanaweb.com
Ghanaian Catholics in USA Mourn Cecilia SekyiamahDiasporian News of Tuesday, 4 August 2015 Hundreds of Ghanaian Catholics and p
Ghanaian Catholics in USA Mourn Cecilia Sekyiamah
Ghanaweb.com / Posted 27 days ago
Diasporian News of Tuesday, 4 August 2015 Hundreds of Ghanaian Catholics and people from all walks of life gathered at the St. Joseph Church Hall in Bronx, New York for the funeral rites of the late Cecilia Betty Kersi Sekyiamah, former President of... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Andy Burnham’s parents tell us why their lad is the right man to lead LabourWould-be Labour leader Andy Burnham plonks the coffee pot on the kitchen table
Andy Burnham’s parents tell us why their lad is the right man to lead Labour
Daily Mirror / Posted 28 days ago
Would-be Labour leader Andy Burnham plonks the coffee pot on the kitchen table beside the family photo album, grimacing as mum Eileen, 75, and dad Roy, 74, continue listing his childhood foibles and “clobberings”. “Every psychoanalyst in the country... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Pupils at Runcorn primary school develop spiritually through lessons with nunPupils from a Runcorn primary school have spent nearly a year undertaking lesso
Pupils at Runcorn primary school develop spiritually through lessons with nun
Liverpool Echo / Posted 29 days ago
Pupils from a Runcorn primary school have spent nearly a year undertaking lessons with a nun as part of a spiritual journey. Year 6 children from St Martin’s Catholic Primary School in Murdishaw have spent 10 months attending a weekly Mini Vinnies... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Think pink ball attracts generous supportTEN years on, an annual Pink Party cancer fundraiser has morphed into a gala ev
Think pink ball attracts generous support
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 29 days ago
TEN years on, an annual Pink Party cancer fundraiser has morphed into a gala event called the 2015 Toowoomba Think Pink Ball and Auction. It follows the commitment of a small group of family and friends who have worked tirelessly for the past nine... Read more
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Queensland Times
Sporting Schools equal good health for childrenI WOULD like to congratulate the 21 schools in Forde who have signed up to the
Sporting Schools equal good health for children
Queensland Times / Posted 30 days ago
I WOULD like to congratulate the 21 schools in Forde who have signed up to the Federal Government's Sporting Schools program. This program is the biggest change to school sport in over a decade and is part of a $100million Federal Government... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Ten things to do in Gladstone this weekendIF you're looking for something to do in the Gladstone region this weekend, her
Ten things to do in Gladstone this weekend
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 30 days ago
IF you're looking for something to do in the Gladstone region this weekend, here are 10 suggestions to get you started. 1. Beach Arts Music THE popular Beach Arts Music event is on Saturday from 2-7pm at Millennium Esplanade at Tannum Sands. The... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Ten things to do in Gladstone this weekendIF you're looking for something to do in the Gladstone region this weekend, her
Ten things to do in Gladstone this weekend
The Daily Mercury / Posted 30 days ago
IF you're looking for something to do in the Gladstone region this weekend, here are 10 suggestions to get you started. 1. Beach Arts Music THE popular Beach Arts Music event is on Saturday from 2-7pm at Millennium Esplanade at Tannum Sands. The... Read more
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News Mail
Ten things to do in Gladstone this weekendIF you're looking for something to do in the Gladstone region this weekend, her
Ten things to do in Gladstone this weekend
News Mail / Posted 30 days ago
IF you're looking for something to do in the Gladstone region this weekend, here are 10 suggestions to get you started. 1. Beach Arts Music THE popular Beach Arts Music event is on Saturday from 2-7pm at Millennium Esplanade at Tannum Sands. The... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
90 years of Catholic education celebrated in SarinaTHE students of St Anne's Catholic Primary School at Sarina had much to celebra
90 years of Catholic education celebrated in Sarina
The Daily Mercury / Posted a month ago
THE students of St Anne's Catholic Primary School at Sarina had much to celebrate yesterday. Joined by parents, teachers, school staff and community members they marked 90 years of Catholic education on the same site in Sarina with a Mass and a... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
90 years of Catholic education celebrated in SarinaTHE students of St Anne's Catholic Primary School at Sarina had much to celebra
90 years of Catholic education celebrated in Sarina
The Morning Bulletin / Posted a month ago
THE students of St Anne's Catholic Primary School at Sarina had much to celebrate yesterday. Joined by parents, teachers, school staff and community members they marked 90 years of Catholic education on the same site in Sarina with a Mass and a... Read more
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Herald Sun
Resurrection Catholic Primary School principal John Kremers stood down over upskirt claimsTHE principal of a Catholic primary school has been stood down amid allegations
Resurrection Catholic Primary School principal John Kremers stood down over upskirt claims
Herald Sun / Posted 1 months ago
THE principal of a Catholic primary school has been stood down amid allegations he took photos up a teacher’s skirt. John Kremers, principal of Resurrection Catholic Primary School in Kings Park, in Melbourne’s northwest, is on leave while his... Read more

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