Our Sanderson Middle School Stars shone bright at the recent NAIDOC school celebrations, which gave all students and staff an opportunity to learn more about Aboriginal and Torres Islander culture.
Many of our Stars showed their obvious pride in their culture by assisting with the activities, including painting, performing Yolgnu and Torres Strait Islander dances, didgeridoo lessons and bracelet making. And everyone was treated to a feed of delicious buffalo sausages and kangaroo stew!
To finish off the celebrations, one of our super Stars, Mahlea, did a fantastic job as co-MC for School Assembly.
Later, in the Stars Room, a morning tea was provided to staff, Stars students and their parents. Displayed around the room were canvas paintings created by our Year 9 Stars as part of their Indigenous Language class assessments.
It was a really proud day for our amazing girls and young women!