YEAR 4 students at St Kieran's Primary School experienced some hands-on learning about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures this week.
Presenters from the Ngutana-Lui Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Studies Centre visited the Brighton School for a day of interactive learning activities.
Year 4 teacher Candice Heffernan said, "The full-day program was a wonderful opportunity for our students to learn how to throw a boomerang, learn about Australia's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, hear cultural stories and learn Aboriginal songs and dance.”
Year 4 student Shanae Kelly said, "My favourite part about the day was learning how to throw a boomerang and it was cool the way it came back to us.
"The Dreamtime stories were really interesting too.”
The Ngutana-Lui program consolidates the integration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies across the curriculum.
The Ngutana-Lui centre was established by the combined efforts of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Catholic Council and Brisbane Catholic Education.
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