This is a transcript of one of the graduation speeches delivered by a NSW Aspiration Initiative student who has participated in the academic and cultural enrichment
In the September school holidays Teya, her husband Dan and their children Elijah, Eden and Misha visited the Kabulwarnamyo community in Arnhem Land
This term Xixi and Makiah got to unleash their imaginations in a series of colourful creative writing workshops run by the Sydney Story Factory.
I woke very early that morning and slipped on my jeggings, top, and fluffy warm jumper. I went over to my bag and dropped in the old compass my grandmother
This extract is from the parent of a student participating in Aurora’s Aspiration Initiative. It gives unique insight into the true value of this incredible program and the impact.
It was another average day for Wilfried Timmons. He was working at Footlocker helping another customer find some shoes that suited her.
Dusseldorp Forum has released The Case for Inclusive Learning Systems, a report that aims to move the national conversation from what isn’t working in education
Away from the hustle and bustle of the city and at the end of a regular school day, Sam is writing. He’s penning his own story called The Returned, which features
The spaces of the Perth Institute of Contemporary Art (PICA) are being transformed by school students of Western Australia. When a cohort from Mount Lawley
In January 2015, Dr Julie Robson and Teya Dusseldorp authored a paper that explores exactly what creative learning is, why it is so powerful and how it brings significant and impactful change to education.