Scores Above State Average​

SEDA College NT has successfully engaged their senior secondary students for weeks 1 – 4 of Term 1 2023. With student attendance above 90%, could this be a better way to learn? The College’s ‘one teacher, one class’ model allows teachers to take on a true mentoring approach, where they walk alongside and support each […]

SEDA College NT Official Launch Event

We had a fantastic time last week at the official launch event for SEDA College NT at Tennis NT. Thank you to all of our attendees who came and helped celebrate the registration of SEDA as an Independent Senior Secondary School in Darwin. We were honoured to have a wide variety of guests, from students, […]

Bridging the Gap Foundation Partnership Launch

Last year we were proud to have our students, staff and alumni involved in the SEDA Group and Bridging the Gap Foundation partnership launch! SEDA has partnered with Bridging the Gap Foundation to create a new scholarship program for young Indigenous students. Thank you to 2015 graduate and SEDA Indigenous Liaison Officer Shontelle Hartog and 2020 graduate Julius […]

Playing with Paralympians

Last year, SEDA college NT student, Michael Stewart participated in the Darwin Basketball Association’s Wheelchair exhibition game, led by Paralympians Tom O’Neill and CJ McCarthy-Grogran. Michael’s role involved playing for Team CJ in the event, though prior to this, he helped maintain the wheelchairs every week for a year. This included inspecting the tires, making […]

Reconciliation Cup

SEDA College SA Indigenous Program Coordinator, Tayla Thorn, recently organised a celebration for National Reconciliation Week. SEDA College SA, alongside SEDA partners The Adelaide Crows, explored the history and meaning of Reconciliation… “Reconciliation is coming together and taking action” said Sarah Allan, Australian Rules Footballer at Adelaide Football Club. The students of SEDA College SA […]