Join us to celebrate the success of our students at the annual Presentation Day, 11 December 2013 at Worawa College. Click here to download the invitation
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To read about our study tour in Hawaii, please download the report here.
We were so proud of our girls this term for their wonderful efforts in the school production of The Sapphires. Click here to read all about the event and the other activities that have been going on this term. Click here to view the Sapphires Production Video
Worawa was one of fifteen schools in Victoria that participated in a student literacy and school engagement curriculum project throughout 2011-12. The research report associated with the project entitled Learning in Motion: Connecting Schools and Knowledge for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children. Investigating iPads for learning and literacy describes the research and includes a broad discussion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education. Issues arising include: That electronic tablet devices support literacy progress and engagement with schooling of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children when applications are culturally inclusive and respectful of local community culture and knowledge. This report is a preliminary study that provides a basis for ongoing research. Apart from general detail, schools have been de-identified regarding data. A copy of the report can be obtained by clicking here.
The Sapphires Project began as an idea late in 2012. Ms. Lois Peeler, the Executive Principal of Worawa decided it would be the next major Arts Project for the college. The power of the story was that it was a modern Indigenous story and it was part of the Principal’s life story. After creating a college version of the story, the plans were made and the process began. Click here to read more in our latest newsletter. Click here to view the Sapphires Production Video.
Worawa’s annual Reconciliation Week sports carnival is an event that we are proud to conduct each year and our partnerships with other schools are a true demonstration of a commitment to Reconciliation. Activities this year include a netball round robin, little league match and the always highly anticipated football match between Worawa and Melbourne Grammar. For further information, download the flyer.
Featuring Yorta Yorta Soprano Deborah Cheetham Thursday May 30, 6.30pm Madeleine Centre Montagner Auditorium Genazzano FCJ College, 301 Cotham Rd, Kew Tickets $45, Concession $25 Book Online Here › Or call 03 5962 4344 or email firstname.lastname@example.org For further details, download the flyer.
An exhibition of work from the Milingimbi and Yuendumu communities will be on display in the Sandra Bardas Gallery at Worawa College during Reconciliation Week (27 May to 3 June). The gallery will be open by appointment from 10am-3pm. Please contact Worawa on (03) 5962 4344 to make a booking.
Can you believe that Worawa College has been running for 30 years, what an amazing achievement! We think it is time to celebrate our successes and we welcome all past students, teachers and community members to join us on the weekend of 16th-18th March. Activities will include attendance at the Coranderrk Music Festival as part of the Coranderrk 150th Anniversary, a launch event for the new Worawa DVD and a footy match. Sponsored accommodation is available in Healesville – bookings essential. For more information and to register for this event, please download the booking form. We will also be conducting an Aboriginal education symposium on Monday 18th March at a cost of $195 per person. For further program information and to register for this event, please click here.