Cammeray Public School

Our artwork narrates the Emu in the Sky story. It reminds us to look to nature for guidance on how to care for Country. It also helps us to develop a deeper understanding of Aboriginal astronomy and the Dreaming story of Dhinawan (Emu) in the Sky.  Our artwork reflects reconciliation as it showcases learning about Aboriginal culture and the strong connection Aboriginal people have with nature.  We have connected with this year’s theme, Under One Sky: Yesterday, Today and Forever by creating individual artworks to narrate the Emu in the Sky Dreaming story. We created interactive artworks to share this story. We had lots of fun while making connections, working as a team and creating beautiful artworks.



Reconciliation means…

Connecting with Aboriginal people and respecting their identity. We want to learn about their culture and the languages of Aboriginal people to ensure a future that is inclusive of all.

Contributors: Phoebe, Zoe, Emily, Lucy, Sophia, Louise, Essie, Poppy, Alexander, Arato, Ayano, Sienna, Aidan, Matthe, Mahli, Duncan, Daisy, Charlotte, Kokoha, Jack, Ross, Xavier, Luke, Aurora, Joshua, Cecelia, Olivia, Lennon

Year 4

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Many of these resources and activities have been developed in consultation with NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) to ensure that the program meets NSW curriculum outcomes for Stages 3, 4 & 5.