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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Remote Aboriginal Community Visit



My eldest daughter recently won a fully paid sponsorship from her work place to go to a remote aboriginal community in the Northern Territory with the Red Dust programme. They spent the week with kids at Yeundumu teaching within the school and participating in culture day.

Here is a video 
made by the children (also featuring my daughter) with the help of The Travel Bug guys

4 comments:

  1. Gosh she looks so much like you Tanya!
    Great opportunity and experience for her.
    Love those cheeky faces.
    Will watch video x

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  2. Great video. It's so obvious that the students are really engaging in quality learning experiences!

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  3. You must be very proud of your daughter and what she is accomplishing! I found the cultural methods of food preparation quite fascinating and I wish there was more of the past culture of our countries food taught within the schools. There is a lot of wisdom in the old ways and it would be so sad to lose these survival skills.

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  4. how very proud you must be ..she is a very special person and you can tell the kids adore her...our aboriginal culture needs to be rescued and reverenced ..too soon it will be lost like all things not appreciated....XXXX

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