Celebrating Naidoc Week
Woy Woy South Public School celebrated Naidoc Week in Week 9 of the current school term.
The event celebrated aboriginal and Torres Strait islander history, culture and achievements and was an opportunity to recognise the contributions that aboriginal students and families make to the school community.
All students participated in a wide range of Indigenous activities on Wednesday, June 21.
The school held a barbecue for all its aboriginal families on the day and all students had the opportunity to sample some traditional Indigenous food.
There were numerous activities for students to participate in on the day including traditional games, stories and dance as well as totem painting and an incursion from the Walkabout Park introducing native animals, plants and bush tucker food.
Sausage sizzle samples of crocodile, emu, kangaroo and beef sausages were served at lunchtime on the day.
All Indigenous families in the Woy Woy South community were invited to attend the sausage sizzle.
Newsletter, 14 Jun 2017
Matt Barr, Woy Woy South Public School
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