When Pop was a Boy
Available September 1
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people please note that this video may contain names, images and voices of people who have passed away.

When Pop was a Boy

Aboriginal and Islander Education Officer and local Elder Basil Kickett shares his knowledge and expertise on local Noongar culture.

They say its takes a village to raise a child and at Narrogin Primary School, Aboriginal and Islander Education Officer and local Elder Basil Kickett is integral to our village. Pop Basil is a wealth of knowledge. He is generous in sharing his expertise on local Noongar culture. He is an incredible role model and support person to both Indigenous and non-Indigenous children in the school.

During NAIDOC Week 2020, he shared stories about his life growing up and the children were absolutely enthralled. The artworks and responses they have produced demonstrate how much they absorbed about history and culture from this experience. We have produced this book to share with the community and students now and into the future.


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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