Posted on 14 August, 2020 in Students, Teachers, Events

NAIDOC Celebration

NAIDOC Celebration

Last week Darwin High School staff and students celebrated NAIDOC Week Always Was, Always Will Be with a range of activities throughout the week.

Always Was, Always Will Be. Recognises that First Nations people have occupied and cared for this continent for over 65,000 years.

On Tuesday 4 August our AIEW, Joe Kelly, Principal, Jill Hazeldine and some of our indigenous students held a flag raising ceremony. 

On Wednesday at lunchtime students and staff enjoyed Kanga burgers and on Thursday and Friday students and staff were able to watch 'In My Blood It Runs' in the STEAM Theatre.

Friday's SEL class included information the history and importance of NAIDOC Week and a special video message from local Larrakia man, Richard Fejo and a presentation created by the Stage 1 Aboriginal Studies Class and Year 11 student Emily Stenberg.

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