What’s new at Worawa…
The Worawa version of a Debutante Ball may, at first glance look like any other. However, there are many essential differences. Our students spend time living together and sharing deeply about what it is to be a young Aboriginal women in today’s Australia.
An Indigenous Education Symposium Keynotes by Leading International First Nations Educators. Yapaneyepuk is an interactive, two-day program of keynote presentations and panel discussions followed by an optional day of innovative professional learning site visits to local icons.
At Worawa, Aboriginal art, dance, song, language and story-telling give expression to Aboriginal identity and are embedded in the curriculum. Culture is central and the uniqueness of each girl is fostered as she explores her own ideas and identity through the arts.
The Worawa Reconciliation Sports Carnival will be held on Tuesday 27th May from 9.30am - 2pm. A fun day that encourages sport, cultural and social exchanges between all participants.
Recently, journalist Andi Yu wrote an article for The Age centred around The Sapphires and our Executive Director Lois Peeler. It's a great story - a reflexion so far on an extraordinary and inspiring life.
The Worawa Community has had a great year and 2014 promises to be even better. Read about some of the activities and achievements of our students in the our Term 4 Newsletter. We thank you for your continued support. Our very best wishes for a happy and safe holiday season.