Teacher’s toolkits are being enhanced with the introduction of resources to enable teachers to incorporate Indigenous perspectives into all key learning areas.
Attendance at school and quality of learning has improved at Galiwin’ku through the Learning on Country program which features grass roots, local language activities.
The Ngaramura (See the Way) Project identifies ‘at risk’ students and places them on a culturally appropriate path to academic success through mentoring and training in their own Indigenous culture.
Coober Pedy based school attendance officer Monique Highfold is inspiring children to go to school and pursue their unique dreams.
Kamilaroi man David Kennedy is a valued helping hand for many families in Walgett in Western NSW.
2017 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student STEM Achievement Award winner, Jessica Storrar, is passionate about science, technology, engineering and medicine and has her heart set on becoming a paediatric surgeon.
Amanda Leonard and Courtney Kelly from Bourke in Western NSW are passionate about supporting their community to create stronger and brighter futures for their children.
School attendance worker, Rhonda Collins is passionate about getting kids to school in the community of Kalumburu in Western Australia’s Kimberley region.
After much ingenuity and work, the remote community of Punmu, WA have turned a bare concrete slab into a water playground, just the thing to beat the heat in the Western Desert.
Year 5 and 6 girls in Woorabinda are building aspiration, setting goals, learning life skills and getting ready for the future as part of the Strengthening Our Girls Program.
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