Wed, 3 June 2020

Plans are progressing for a state-of-the-art Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT) campus.

Students are building skills and resilience through the bike repair program.

Canberra’s higher education sector is set to expand with the arrival of a new UNSW campus, in the city centre.

The new school in Molonglo will be Canberra’s 89th public school and second zero emissions school.

Early career teacher Francis Ventura has been recognised for his work at Calwell High School.

Natalie Otten has been recognised for her work promoting literacy.

Campbell High teacher Kylie Brown runs a band program that has more than doubled in size.

Tikarra Looke has been recognised for her work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.

Consent cards for school vaccinations will be sent home early in the school year for parents and guardians to sign.

The continuing expansion delivers an additional 400 places for students to meet the needs of the growing Gungahlin community.

In addition to the usual curriculum, students will learn about kitchen etiquette and sustainable healthy cooking.

As Canberra grows, the ACT Government continues to ensure that there is a place for every young person at a great local public school.

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