Sculpture spectacle to showcase student talentFebruary 26, 2020
The Maagunda Gaagal (Festival of the Sea) at Nambucca Heads Main Beach on 29 February will trumpet the skills proficiency of local high school students to the locals.
Get connected, for the sake of your studentsNovember 04, 2019
The teaching of Aboriginal culture can lead to deep learning, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mathematics Alliance chair Professor Chris Matthews told the Centre for Professional Learning’s recent Aboriginal Education Conference.
Voice, Treaty, Truth of Uluru Statement begins in the classroomJuly 25, 2019
Indigenous lawyer and human rights advocate Teela Reid urged the teaching profession to educate students about the real truth of Australia’s history and to embrace the Uluru Statement from the Heart at Federation’s Annual Conference.
Union vows to escalate push for conditions to improve Aboriginal students’ outcomesJuly 10, 2019
Federation has committed to intensifying its efforts to the close the gap in Aboriginal education outcomes, with a set of comprehensive policy objectives endorsed by a decision of Federation’s Annual Conference yesterday.
Uncle Vic recognised for lifetime of enlighteningJune 14, 2019
The first Aboriginal public school principal in NSW, Uncle Vic Chapman, has been recognised on the Queen’s Birthday honours list for a lifetime of working to improve opportunities for our First Peoples.
Stolen Generations kit increases knowledge and understandingMay 29, 2019
Students at Trangie Central School have started a valuable conversation — to understand the truth and progress the collective healing journey of the Stolen Generations, and acknowledge and correct the past.
Film about Federation’s advocacy nominated for international awardMay 14, 2019
From an idea hatched by two lifelong comrades at a Federation Friday Night Forum in 2015, naa muru gurung (to see a path for children) has blazed a trail all the way to the glittering Nice International Film Festival.
School partners with community on park projectApril 12, 2019
Members of the Gumbaynggirr community gathered to open the new park in Bellwood Aboriginal Reserve and remember the life of Caleb Jarrett, whose name the park now bears.
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