Online workshops

In 2023 we will be providing a range of exclusive workshop for registered schools!

Watch this space in 2023. We will be providing a range of exclusive workshops for teachers and students from registered schools.

To stay in the loop please register online to receive our Reconciliation in Education Newsletters. You can also register for one of our free online workshops which include professional development, cultural competence, understanding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives in the classroom, reconciliation themes and how to activate your school to engage with Reconciliation Action Plans.



Creative Writing Workshop

In 2019 for NAIDOC, Reconciliation NSW in collaboration with Red Room Poetry invited schools to book into this engaging online creative writing workshop presented by internationally published, Gunai poet and author Kirli Saunders and best-selling children’s author, Yvette Poshoglian. The workshops explore the 2019 Schools Reconciliation Challenge theme, Speaking and Listening From the Heart.
The workshop was produced by the leading edge, Department of Education Arts Unit technology team and is an engaging way to connect with First Nations knowledge and voices.

Download these resources for the workshops

Student Handout

If possible please print a handout for each student participating in the workshop.

If not make sure they each have paper and a pen to participate.

Teacher Resource

This resource outlines the workshop and provides background information about the presenters and reconciliation generally.


For more information about reconciliation see our resources.

We also recommend that you explore

Narragunnawali’s Curriculum Resources

Use Narragunnawali’s early learning, primary and secondary curriculum resources to promote reconciliation and to strengthen children and students’ knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and contributions
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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.