Anzac Day Resources for Schools

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With the countdown on for Anzac Day help is on its way for teachers across the region. The Federal Government is dispatching to schools, books and posters to educate students about Australia’s wartime history and commemorate Anzac Day. Schools can expect to receive the education resources by … [Read more...]

Spotlight on Bullying

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Students at schools across the region today are being encouraged to join with their counterparts right around the country to say “Bullying-No WAY.” It’s the 7th Annual Action against Bullying and Violence day today. 1810 schools and 840,000 students are participating with an aim to ‘open the … [Read more...]

What’s your Farm Safety Story?

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That’s the question being asked of being asked of high school and university or agriculture college students aged between 13 and 21 by the Primary Industries Health and Safety Partnership (PIHSP) who are seeking young people’s input into farm safety. The inaugural farm safety student video … [Read more...]

A Future in Agriculture?

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The Horizon Scholarships, an initiative of the Rural Industries Research & Development Corporation (RIRDC), are now open to first-year university students studying agriculture-related degrees. The scholarships’ offer $5,000 per year for the duration of a student’s university degree and … [Read more...]

Teaching the Teachers

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The advances in agriculture and ensuring teachers, themselves, know what goes into modern farming and agriculture - That’s the purpose of a four-day conference being stage in the State Capital by AgForce this week. More than 120 teachers from right across Australia will come together for the … [Read more...]

Clock Ticking and QTAC’s got Issues

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School leavers have until Monday to change their university preferences but are being hindered in so doing because of computer and technical issues at QTAC. The Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre has admitted to major hiccups in their system which means they are struggling this year to keep up … [Read more...]

The Count Down is On

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For our Year 12 graduates, the countdown is on today, as tomorrow is the day that the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority releases results and OPs online. Across the state 51,613 Year 12 students achieved a Queensland Certificate of Education, or 93 per cent of year 12 students. And … [Read more...]