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NAIDOC Week

During NAIDOC week Nunyara ran a colouring in competition for the local community. To enter the artist had to design a piece of artwork which represented what Heal Country means to them. We had many students create designs that showed the perspective of Heal Country. One of our Year 9 students, Gabrielle Hiep, created an excellent piece of artwork, winning the 14-17 age group competition for the town.  Gabrielle’s art represents that Aboriginal Culture was lost, and we are now trying to reconnect and heal our country to become stronger. The tree represents our roots and history, which has been cut through European invasion. The new tree growing from the top represents our strength in trying to relearn our history. The footprint at the top marks that the land is our own and always will be.  Congratulations to Gabrielle for wining this award, your artwork is very powerful in representing the history and future of Aboriginal culture. Well Done!

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Network Blue Student Program

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