Aboriginal School Culutral Program 2019

2019 brings in a new cultural school program that will both engage and educate
your students. My family come from central NSW. We are proud Wiradjuri people.
My love of my country I display in my Didges (Yidaki) and art work.
I supply a full cultural experience for your school or community.
The following is what you will see and learn during my performance.

Lessons revamped for 2019 to be more interactive !

  • Welcome / Acknowledgement of Country, what do these mean.
  • Discuss Wiradjuri/ Aboriginal history and geography.
  • I talk about our flags,our people and what they mean and who we are.
  • I show and discuss the making of Didges (Yidaki) also give a performance
  • The making of ‘Gulaman’s’ Coolamons,
  • The making of cultural weapons,
  • Teach Wiradjuri language,
  • The art of ‘Basket Weaving’ why do men and women weave,
  • Painting and traditional signs and artwork,
  • Involve the students to ask questions,
  • Perform special Didge Dances with students that I have created,
  • Spend time with students doing some artwork and painting,
  • Able to involve all your school students in this program,
  • Talk to students, parents and teachers about good mental and physical well being,
  • Involve students, parents and teachers to ask questions about what ever they wish to talk about,
  • Talk about career paths with Year 10 to 12 Students as part of my program,
    this is not associated with any other programs or NSW State funded programs,
  • I also have my First Aid, Cert IV in TAE (training and assessment) Work with Children Certificates,
    Diploma of Wiradjuri Language, Culture & Heritage, Diploma of Cultural Land Management.

Special note regarding bus!

  • Bus is only available for local Wagga area.
  • My 24 seat air conditioned small coach can also be used as part of my school program.
    (extra cost involved) I can take a group of 23 students & teachers out to ngurambang (country)
    to put into practice what we learn in the classroom about Wiradjuri Culture.
  • Bus is NOT equipped for wheel chair access, but if you can climb 3 steps, your in.
    Also not suitable for children needing seat restraints.

Each workshop is tailored for each different school,
not all the above programs may be delivered.

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Ngadhu Ngurrigiilang Wiradjuri Gibirr.

( I Proud Wiradjuri man)

With my Aboriginal tours, school programs, Aboriginal artwork and cultural tools I share with you about the oldest culture in universe, The Wiradjuri People.