Entries by Worawa

School Enrolments 2016

School enrolments for girls in 2016 are now being accepted. Providing families with the choice of an education for young aboriginal women in year 7 – 10. An all-girls boarding school, Worawa students receive a quality education in a safe, supportive and respectful learning environment.

Presentation Day 2015

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.

Yapaneyepuk Youth Forum Report

In recognition of the importance of valuing and optimising the understandings, skills and knowledge of our youth/students the Yapaneyepuk Committee undertook to conduct a Youth Forum in conjunction with Yapaneyepuk, The International First Nations Education Symposium ‘Walking Together To Make A Difference’.

Walking Together To Make A Difference by Dr. Mauricette Hamilton.

The overall purpose of the project is to explore and present a rich picture of Worawa Aboriginal College, including adults’ and students’ understanding of nurturing a strong sense of cultural identity through embedding the values Relationship, Responsibility Respect and Rigour in two-way schooling processes.

College Community and Parent Forum 2014

Worawa Aboriginal College acknowledges that educational achievement is underpinned by what occurs at home and in the community as much as by what happens at school. Improving attendance, retention and safeguarding the health and well-being of students require partnerships between the school and parents/family/community.

Dr Anita Heiss Our Newest Ambassador

We are proud to announce Dr Anita Heiss as an Ambassador of Worawa Aboriginal College. Dr Heiss is the author of non-fiction, historical fiction, commercial women’s fiction, poetry, social commentary and travel articles. She is the bestselling author of Not Meeting Mr Right and Avoiding Mr Right, both published by Bantam Australia.