At Worawa Aboriginal College we formulate our programs to support Aboriginal ways of knowing, doing and being. On Presentation Day we celebrate the achievements of our students as we prepare them to ‘Walk in both Worlds’ and take their place as global citizens, well versed in their Aboriginal culture and proud of their identity as First Australians. We are delighted to announce the celebratory program.
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On our Presentation Day we acknowledge and reward the achievement of our students and we extend an invitation to you to join with us in this celebration.
The Sandra Bardas Art Gallery showcases authentic and affordable Aboriginal art produced by students of Worawa College and the communities they come from.
Term 3 Newsletter 2016 now available for download. Debutante Dreaming 2016, Curriculum Happenings, Arts, Culture, Sports, Health, Wellness and more.
The Worawa Sports Academy caters specifically for young Aboriginal women, is based on an integrated Education, Culture and Wellbeing model and operates in an Aboriginal environment.
Debutante Dreaming is a fusion of traditional Aboriginal ceremonial practice and Western tradition to honour our young women’s transition to adulthood.
Term 2 Newsletter 2016 now available for download. Reconciliation Sports Carnival, Pathway to Womanhood, Debutante Dreaming, Sandra Bardas Gallery and more.
The Worawa Reconciliation Sports Carnival will be held on Tuesday 24th May from 9.15am – 2.00pm. A fun day that encourages sport, cultural and social exchange between all participants.
Term 1 newsletter now available for download.
Term 4 newsletter now available for download.