School Holiday Program

Tiffany Kuiper enjoys a day in the city

Tiffany Kuiper enjoys a day in the city

Worawa has introduced a School Holiday Program which is being held during this term break. A fun filled holiday program has been designed to trial the program which is being tested by a small number of students who have elected to stay at the College during the term break.

A wide range of activities are offered with some very clear favourites of the girls—perhaps the most favourite is the opportunity to attend the Grand Final Parade. The College has had the support of the team from the Yarra Ranges Council Youth Services Program. The School Holiday Program is supported by families and communities who see the benefit of the safe and supportive environment that Worawa offers.

The Worawa holiday program will receive a boost with the launch of the Aspiration Initiative Residential Program which will be held at Worawa. The Aspirations Initiative will bring together thirty young people who have had notable success as part of the NAPLAN test process. Young people on both programs will have the opportunity to meet and share cultural and social activities. Both groups will come together in a “getting to know you” disco before engaging in their various program activities.

Steve Parrish Photography Workshop


This term students participated in a photography workshop led by noted photographer Steve Parish.  Steve is incredibly passionate about photography, but also about Indigenous education. The students were truly inspired by his work and were also given an opportunity to use his camera’s and take some photo’s around the school.  For the full article see our Term 3 Newsletter.