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Kulunga Katitjin Kaarta Koomba - Exploring Aboriginal culture and science to promote a sustainable and respectful future for all.

Aboriginal presenters share their knowledge of the six seasons and traditional Noongar life.

Students are engaged in a variety of cultural activities traditionally associated with each season, such as plant uses, hunting, language, art, dance and traditional games.

This event is coming back in 2021 so stay tuned!

You may also be interested in a Noongar glossary for local Aboriginal words that are used within this website.

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'Enhanced - NAIDOC Week and our HASS (History) learning. Really enjoyed tool making. Drawing was great.' - Year 3 Teacher

'Hands on activities - fishing, face-painting, hunting practice with honky nuts. Teachers were very knowledgeable.' – Year 3 Teacher

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Tags: Year level: Pre-primary,1,2,3,4,5,6
Stream: Cultural Heritage
WA Curriculum links: English,Humanities and Social Sciences,Science,The Arts
Program type: School event
Maximum duration: All day

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