Nulsen Primary School recognises the past and ongoing contribution of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders women with regular NAIDOC celebrations.

The school holds an assembly, followed by a cake-cutting ceremony and a series of activities.

Senior students produced portraits linked with QR codes to display biographies they had written about women they felt were influential to them.

It is important to remember that while NAIDOC is celebrated nationally over a specific week in the July school holidays and during Term 2 for us at Nulsen, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture is not about a specific day. It is embedded across our teaching and learning programs as a cross curricular priority and provides students with the skills, knowledge and understandings necessary for positive participation in society.

NAIDOC Week is officially held from July 8 to 15. 

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