International Writing Winner
Melville Senior High School student Om Sharma, tops a global writing competition.
Recognition for pathfinding Aboriginal educator
Western Australia’s first qualified female Aboriginal teacher has been honoured at a Perth primary school to ensure her legacy lives on for decades to come.
Anzac Day animals
Newborough Primary School recognised the role of animals in World War One with special messages sent by pigeon.
Winners of the Rob Riley Memorial Prize announced
Two outstanding Aboriginal secondary school graduates have been awarded a prestigious prize for their top performances in Year 12.
Ag students help out farmer
Students and staff from The Western Australia College of Agriculture in Harvey and Cunderdin have rallied together to support a farmer affected by devastating fires.
Community recognition for local teacher
Mandurah Primary School principal, Natasha Upcott has been awarded the Local Legend Award by the Mayor of Mandurah.
Aboriginal artwork shines on shirts
A staff member at a primary school in Baldivis has transformed her Aboriginal artwork into wearable polo shirts, bringing First Nations culture into the classroom.
Cadets help out local volunteer fireys
The Denmark Senior High School Emergency Services Cadets have made local volunteer firefighters' jobs a little bit easier by keeping their vehicles shipshape.
Women lead the way
Five women leading the way in education have been recognised as part of International Women’s Day celebrations for their outstanding contribution and leadership in the classroom and beyond.
Public school students win State’s top awards
Two WA public school students have been awarded the State’s peak education awards for their outstanding Year 12 performances.
Gold for Gilmore Gigabytes
A team of Gilmore College students has been invited to compete in Russia after taking out first place in a robot competition.
Students lend a helping hand
Pemberton District High School students spent their annual Community Week volunteering and helping out the community.
Sustainability through upcycling
Hampton Senior High School students have learnt trade skills through upcycling and refurbishing old furniture.
New life for yarning circle
Hilton Primary School has revitalised its yarning circle to provide a gathering space that serves as an outdoor classroom and an area to sit and connect to country.
Prestigious award for excellent service
The Department of Education Western Australia has been recognised in a prestigious award celebrating excellence in public service.
Students make road safety banners for the community
Morawa District High School students have created dozens of road safety banners and signs for their community.
Deaf education teacher retires after four decades
Leanne Potter retires after spending more than four decades as a teacher shaping deaf education across Western Australia.
Yarning Circle welcomes all
Rangeway Primary School opens its new Yarning Circle, a welcoming place for students and community members.
Reaching for the stars
A Perth secondary school is a step closer to establishing a space academy to inspire and educate the next generation of astronauts.