Term 4 Newsletter 2018 now available for download. Presentation Day 2018, inspirational Keynote Address delivered by former student Narelle Urquhart, the 2018 Student Speech by Ms Katelyn Woodhouse and Parent Response by Ms Melissa Bin Busu, view accompanying images and more.
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Entries by Ivan Hong
The 2018 school year is coming to its conclusion and we are preparing to celebrate the achievements of our students throughout the year. We invite you to join with us in this celebration on our Presentation Day with our Guest of Honour, her excellency The Honourable Linda Dessau AC Governor of Victoria.
Term 3 Newsletter 2018 now available for download. Debutante Dreaming, Snow Report, Fabric Design, EALD Literacy Group 1, RMIT Chancellor Visit and more.
Dr Anita Heiss is the author of non-fiction, historical fiction, commercial women’s fiction, poetry, social commentary and travel articles. She is a regular guest at writers’ festivals and travels internationally performing her work and lecturing on Indigenous literature. She is a Lifetime Ambassador of the Indigenous Literacy Foundation and a proud member of the Wiradjuri nation of central NSW.
Term 2 Newsletter 2018 now available for download. Whispers of the Land, STEAM at Worawa, Literacy Words at Work, Ranger Program, AFL, Remembrance and more.
Worawa remembers 69 years on, celebrating and honouring the participants of the first Aboriginal Debutante Ball held in 1949. Debutante Dreaming is a fusion of traditional Aboriginal ceremonial practice and Western tradition to honour our young women’s transition to adulthood.
Term 1 Newsletter 2018 now available for download. VCAL Year 11 & 12, Culture Day, Indigenous Literacy Project, Creative Arts, Sports and more.
Term 4 Newsletter 2017 now available for download. Strategic Partnerships, Year in Review, Rise Camp, Working with Language, Drone Exercise and more.
An excellent speech titled, “Mountains” by Stephanie Williams during the Presentation Day, 2017 – a day where we celebrate the full gamut of our student’s achievements. It is about a student’s journey at Worawa College.
About Year 11 and 12. In 2018 Worawa Aboriginal College is introducing the Victorian Certificate in Applied Learning (VCAL). This is a ‘hands-on’ certificate that is a recognized senior secondary year 11 and 12 qualifications. Find out more about VCAL.