Sarah Lansdown, Canberra Times

Sarah Lansdown

Canberra Times

Canberra, ACT, Australia

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Recent:
  • Canberra Times
  • The Courier
Past:
  • Illawarra Mercury
  • The Examiner
  • Bendigo Advertiser
  • The Standard
  • Daily Liberal
  • The Advocate
  • The Land
  • HuffPost Australia

Recent articles by Sarah:

Principals have their say: How senior students can ace their final school years

We asked some Canberra principals for their best advice for senior students as they embark on their final... → Read More

Googong Public School ready to open in Term 1, 2023

Googong Public School will have seven kindergarten classes when it opens its doors next week. → Read More

How to prepare children for their first day of school

Here's some expert advice to make the transition to school a smooth one. → Read More

Terry Campese pitches new Googong High School and expanded Jerrabomberra High School in NSW Labor election bid

Monaro candidate pitches new schools in election bid. → Read More

States and territories need firm targets to boost academic results, Productivity Commission report says

Governments need to be held accountable for learning targets in next national school reform agreement, according to a... → Read More

How much Canberra private school fees will cost in 2023

Check the comparison of price rises for selected non-government school in Canberra. → Read More

Why home education is on the rise in Australia

"We've got really desperate families who are seeking alternatives." → Read More

Universities Australia calls for overhaul of 'complex' visa system to attract overseas students, researchers

Universities Australia says the visa system too complex and not fit-for-purpose. → Read More

Lyneham High School music teacher Debbie Masling retires after 39 years

Debbie Masling taught thousands of students over 39 years. → Read More

Googong Public School gets playground funding as build continues

Builders are working around the clock to finish the school in time for 2023. → Read More

Emmaus Christian School makes national final in Science and Engineering Challenge

Emmaus Christian School beat more than 600 schools to make the national final. → Read More

Atlassian co-founder Scott Farquhar wants Canberrans to apply to work from anywhere

Atlassian has big plans to hire more than 1000 Aussies in research and development. → Read More

University of Canberra's new advanced engineering lab to boost skills in robotics, Internet of Things

The $1.9 million lab will boost students skills in robotics and Internet of Things. → Read More

Jo White appointed new director of Questacon after Professor Graham Durant's retirement

Questacon's new director, Jo White, is coming from the National Botanic Gardens Sydney. → Read More

University of Canberra staff to strike on October 26

The University of Canberra union members have rejected a 3.5 per cent wage cap that they say would... → Read More

Early childhood educators to strike on September 7 over poor pay and conditions

Some early childhood educators are closing the doors on Wednesday to send a message about their poor pay... → Read More

Universities urge caution over teaching degree reforms as they respond to the teacher shortage

Universities are trying to respond to the teacher workforce shortages but warn against further sweeping reforms to initial... → Read More

New university course puts teacher's aides on the fast-track to becoming classroom teachers

Charles Sturt University has made it easier for learning support assistants to get qualified as teachers amid workforce... → Read More

Reading makes a comeback at Melba Copeland Secondary School

Melba Copeland Secondary School saw a 20 fold increase in library borrowing over two years. → Read More

Canberra schools ban phones, return to workbooks to reduce technology distractions

Some Canberra schools are taking drastic steps to minimise distractions in the classroom. → Read More