Worawa Term 4 Newsletter 2016

Presentation Day

Lois Peeler, Executive Director Presentation Day Speech 2016.

“On behalf of the Worawa Community, it is my pleasure to welcome you all here today. It is lovely to see so many families, friends and supporters here to join us in our day of celebration.

Worawa Aboriginal College is now in its 33 year of operation. Worawa is an Aboriginal initiative, owned and governed by Aboriginal people, for our Aboriginal young people. While the semantics may only subtly differ from other indigenous places of learning, it is important to note that at Worawa we formulate our programs to support Aboriginal ways of knowing as well as mainstream understandings.”…

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Writing Project: Telling Our Stories Our Way

All of the students were privileged to be involved in two sessions of workshops with Tony, being inspired by his humour, creativity and passion for owning and telling your own stories. He delivered a very strong message about the power of storytelling, in any form, for keeping your own identity and your culture strong.

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Kids Teaching Kids

The girls in Blue group took on a big challenge this term. In class, they used both internet research and first-hand accounts to prepare detailed Powerpoints on the Stolen Generations. The students practised their presentations in front of the class before going to Badger Creek Primary School to teach the Year 5 and 6 students.

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