Entries by Worawa

Worawa Term 3 Newsletter 2020

Term 3 Newsletter 2020 now available for download. Worawa community outreach, health and wellbeing, boarding house operations and more.

2020 Indigenous Guernsey

A proud Nyarinyin Pitjantjantjara and Yankuntjantjara woman Justine Ronberg, a former Worawa Aboriginal College student, entered a school competition in early 2019, with hopes of creating a piece of artwork that would be forever be etched in Hawthorn’s history.

Worawa Term 2 Newsletter 2020

Term 2 Newsletter 2020 now available for download. Worawa’s changing landscape, artwork opening doors, distance learning, Australian Girls Choir and more

Worawa Term 1 Newsletter 2020

Term 1 Newsletter 2020 now available for download. Worawa model of wellbeing, girl head home, building progress, civics and citizenship and more

Worawa Term 4 Newsletter 2019

Term 4 Newsletter 2019 now available for download. Presentation Day, Wadeye family celebrate graduation, sports academy, cultures without borders and more

Presentation Day 2019

The 2019 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 Key Note Speaker, Nova Peris OAM.

Worawa Term 3 Newsletter 2019

Term 3 Newsletter 2019 now available for download. Strong Girl – Balit Liwurruk, Sports Academy, Worawa Kookaburra are Premiers, ‘Drawing from Within’, Marngo Design Futures and more

Worawa Term 2 Newsletter 2019

Term 2 Newsletter 2019 now available for download. Reconciliation Sports Carnival, STEAM Technology Academy, Camp Jungai, Boarding Report and more.

Worawa Term 1 Newsletter 2019

Term 1 Newsletter 2019 now available for download. Culture Day, snapshots of the final day of the term, VCAL, health, sports academy, Molly and ‘The Worawa Way’ and more.

Worawa Term 4 Newsletter 2018

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.