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Last updated 12:24 PM on 1 June 2015

As part of Corrimal High School's continued support of Aboriginal Education, reconciliation and general harmony, students were offered the opportunity to partake in the local Reconciliation walk. This event is held nationally and, following to opportunity to participate in a local walk, students were eager to be involved. On the 29th May, Year 10 students along with students from local primary schools and community members assembled and walked together to Bellambi Surf Club in a joint effort to highlight Reconciliation Week and draw attention to its importance.

 

Students support Reconciliation       Opening Welcome

 

 

 

Students heard the National Anthem sung both in English and Dharawahl by Bellambi Public School students and listened to a variety of presenters who discussed some of the reasons why Reconciliation Week is so important and praised students for their support. Corrimal High School is a multicultural, comprehensive school which aims to show strong support for its community and it will continue to offer inclusive education to all students. We are grateful to have been given the opportunity to participate in this year's walk.

 

Students with the Reconciliation Banner

 

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