2019 Aboriginal Education Year in Review

2019 was a huge year for Aboriginal Education at Camden High School. Our students participated in a range of programs to support their educational and cultural journeys such as Deadly Study Sessions, Pathways to Dreaming, AECG Dharawal Language and Culture Camp, NAISDA Dance workshops, KARI Vocal Identification Program. We also celebrate a huge NAIDOC Week across the whole school and designed and build a Yarning Circle and Bush Tucker Garden with local Elders Uncle Ivan Wellington and Uncle Larry Hill.

At Camden High School in 2019 Aboriginal Education we active so much like,

Mates Puzzles-year 7.

Dharawal Language and Culture Camp.

Western Sydney University -pathways to dreaming.

NAISDA dance workshops.

NRL school to work.

NAIDOC week celebrations.

Maddy year 10 selected for VIP Vocal Identification Program Concert.

Youth solution’s – ARTucation.

Creating our yarning circle.

Yarning circle opening.

Kyona and Rianne in year 9 selected for Burra Bamal.

using our Yarning circle in lesson.

Friday Yarns.

So much happen in 2019 what a year.

Story Submitted by Amanda White from Camden High School Published in 2023.