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INDIGENOUS HISTORY, DREAMTIME STORIES and BUSH TOOLS session

Koora means “In the beginning”

Middi means "the medium"

Programs are structured for different age groups and teacher consultation as to content covered is welcome

Learn about the local Wadjuk People and the important Dreaming trail that is the Swan River, students will develop a greater understanding of the connection between Indigenous people and the land

Discover the traditional names of various places and items relevant to the local area

See various bush tools and implements and learn of how they were made during our hands on artefact presentation

Visit the Round House Prison, Western Australia’s oldest public building and learn It's link with Rottnest Island from the years of 1838-1931

Hear the story of “Yagan” the Aboriginal Warrior, his father “Midgegooroo” and how they were taken to Carnac Island for resisting settlement

 

 

Ages:

Primary Stage 1 (Y1-2), Primary Stage 2 (Y3-4), Primary Stage 3 (Y5-6), Secondary Stage 4 (Y7-8), Secondary Stage 5 (Y9-10), Secondary Stage 6 (Y11-12)

Locations:

Perth, Rockingham

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