Sharing Language at Guwarri (Town Beach, Broome)
Available September 1
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Sharing Language at Guwarri (Town Beach, Broome)

KindiLink familes from Broome bringing reading, singing and Yawuru language together in a fun literacy session in the park.

At Cable Beach Primary School the Yawuru Language program starts with KindiLink families and continues through all the year levels up to year 6. Dalisa Pigram, the Yawuru teacher, comes to our KindiLink sessions each week and we all sit together on the mat and sing songs in Yawuru and share Yawuru words that are related to the Term's theme. Yawuru is embedded throughout the KindiLink program as part of the focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture. It is a really important way to bring a sense of belonging to the space and to enable families to feel connected to culture and show them that this is highly valued at our school.


Indigenous Literacy Day is proudly presented by the Indigenous Literacy Foundation, a charity with a vision of equity of opportunity for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children living in remote Australia.

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