Students take part in Cultural Continuum excursion
Students from Woy Woy Public School participated in a Cultural Continuum excursion on August 21.
"Year 5 indigenous students participated in the excursion which was open to all public schools on the Peninsula and led by aboriginal elder Mr Maurice Goolagong," said principal Ms Ona Buckley.
Ms Buckley said participating students had the opportunity to explore their culture and heritage through a number of activities, including games and art-making.
"Year 2 students also took part in a Continuum with other Peninsula schools on August 28," Ms Buckley said.
"It is such an important time for our aboriginal students to meet and socialise with like students in other schools and to be able to connect with their culture," Ms Buckley said.
Newsletter, 30 Aug 2019
Ona Buckley, Woy Woy Public School
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