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Our Principal - 35 Years!

05 October 2018 |

Our Principal - 35 Years!

Marcus Dixon, Darwin Middle School Principal was awarded a Certificate of Recognition for 35 Years of service with Department of Education. Congratulations Marcus!

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Our Principal - 35 Years!

05 Oct 2018 |

Our Principal - 35 Years!

Marcus Dixon, Darwin Middle School Principal was awarded a Certificate of Recognition for 35 Years of service with Department of Education. Congratulations Marcus!

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Year 7 & 8 Multi Media Students

24 Aug 2018 |

Year 7 & 8 Multi Media Students

Multi Media students in Years 7 and 8 created short films on the theme 'Imagine a World Without Bullying'. Students worked in groups to create films with a positive message which focused on solutions to the issue of bullying amongst young people. Continue reading to learn more and watch the films.

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2018 School Survey– Now Open

17 Aug 2018 |

2018 School Survey– Now Open

Calling all parents and guardians, students and school staff– have your say about the operations of your school by participating in the 2018 School Survey.The survey is open until Friday, 31 August. The survey will help drive improvement in your school. Please click here to complete the survey -- DMS…

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Science Fair

14 Aug 2018 |

Science Fair

National Science Week is an annual festival of science that takes place in August each year. This celebration aims to raise the profile and increase the public understanding and public appreciation of science, innovation, engineering and technology, and their role in maintaining and improving our society,…

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Olivia - School Performance

20 May 2018 |

Olivia - School Performance

OLIVIA! is a take on the Dickens classic Oliver but with a twist (pun intended.)As Olivia runs away from the orphanage to the bright lights of London, she encounters some colourful characters who also happen to be stars in their own right.Will George Bernard Shaw’s play come to fruition? Will Eliza Doolittle…

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