Indigenous culture is celebrated each year in our NAIDOC Day. Activities may include dance performances, Indigenous games, a visit by some classes to nearby Ngutana-Lui Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Studies Centre, cultural sharing, storytelling, art and displays.
Our Yarning Place was built in the State Schools of Tomorrow project. It is also used for Breakfast Club and as an outdoor learning area. The door of the old Parent Room, with its indigenous motifs, was preserved and placed in this area.
Our yarning circle under the trees provides and alternative naturalistic setting.
As part of the Gift of Gallang, our students participated in a Smoking Ceremony.