Australian animals come to life through dance Emus, kangaroos and dingos came to life in our Pre-Primary classrooms this week as the boys learnt Australian animal dances to the sounds of the didgeridoo in celebration of NAIDOC Week. read more Sand art brings goodwill A mandala created on the Chapel Forecourt this week symbolised this years’ NAIDOC theme of ‘Voice, Treaty and Truth.’ read more Noongar lessons in leadership Our Year 6 students had the opportunity to listen to a number of Dreamtime stories to learn important lessons in leadership as part of NAIDOC Week celebrations. read more Indigenous Art Exhibition – Our Voice This week saw the official opening of the Indigenous Art Exhibition - 'Our Voice.' read more NAIDOC Week 2017 The School has embraced NAIDOC Week celebrations this week with a range of activities for all to participate. Led by our Indigenous students and Indigenous Program Co-ordinator, Michael Ralph, NAIDOC presents a special opportunity each year for us to highlight and reflect our commitment to the part we must play towards reconciliation. read more NAIDOC Week celebrations Chantal Widdicombe's Year 2 class led a beautiful NAIDOC Week Assembly on Friday. read more NAIDOC Week celebrations On Friday 26 June, Chantal Hockey’s Year 2 class led the Prep School’s NAIDOC Week Assembly. read more Promoting courageous conversations about race read more Prep School embraces NAIDOC Week read more Cultural sharing through week-long celebration read more Surfboard paintings challenge students read more