Josephs Primary School Laurieton

We are day dreaming of a story that looks like; all are wiyabu (welcome) in our school and the whole wide world.  We are day dreaming of another chapter in our story where we protect and care for our creatures that are our spiritual totem animals, the dinuni (shark), gumal (eagle), wambuyn (kangaroo), makurr (bass), biluun (stingray), gurarr (porpoise) and dijiraa (crab).   Finally
we are dreaming that our artwork, totem pole will help represent our cultural and spiritual relationship to the land, paying respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their custodial, cultural and spiritual relationship with the land on which we live, breathe and walk alongside one another.

Reconciliation Means…

All are wiyabu (welcome) and included at our school and that no matter what we look like or where we come from we have respect for one another and can live in harmony and peace on Birpai country and all around the world.

Contributors: Ebony Kemp, Logan Daniels, Hardy Fletcher, Madi Kemp, Daya Jones, Eadie Whatson and Levi Knight

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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.