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Stop being a social butterfly and school will help you in the future, don't worry about anyone else or what they think
Postcard | 6 May 2014

"Stop being a social butterfly and school will help you in the future, don't worry about anyone else or what they think."

Franklin Kenny, Valeska Pearson and Levinia Namatjira all had 100 percent school attendance last term.
Stories | 2 May 2014

The Remote School Attendance Strategy being implemented by schools is proving successful, with an exponential growth in school attendance in the remote Indulkana Anangu School in South Australia.

Brooke Macey
Postcard | 2 May 2014

"Don't be afraid to ask for any kind of support when you think you might need it."

Vanessa Edwards
Postcard | 30 Apr 2014

"The most important thing we need to teach our future generations is to stay at school!"

Postcard | 28 Apr 2014

"Education is a challenge at times but the rewards are amazing."

Galiwin'ku School Attendance Supervisors and Officers on the first day of school, term 1, 2014.
Stories | 28 Apr 2014

In Galiwin’ku, elders are using their Yolngu culture to get kids excited about school.

Stories | 24 Apr 2014

Indigenous education programme Learn Earn Legend! is empowering Aboriginal youth to finish high school and pursue higher education or fulltime employment, says program co-ordinator and former Wallaby, Jim Williams.

Stories | 22 Apr 2014

Actress Leah Purcell remembers the first day school finally made sense to her. She had written a story for her Year 7 teacher and it came back covered in red ink with a big “See Me” scrawled across the page.

Move It Mob Style hosts Shannon Williams (aka Brothablack) and Naomi Wenitong.
Stories | 16 Apr 2014

Indigenous television production Move It Mob Style has been named one of the five nominees for Most Outstanding Children’s Program at the 56th annual TV Week Logie Awards.

Announcements | 16 Apr 2014

“A new School Attendance Policy adopted by the Central Desert Regional Council will help improve school attendance.” So says Regional Council President Adrian Dixon.

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