Community Engagement // 11am September 1st // Mallee Park FC
The Aboriginal Education Project is a core component of the SACE Board’s Thrive strategic plan which is committed to fulfilling the learning entitlement of Aboriginal students. The project engages key stakeholders (students, school and Communities), to help us understand how we can give recognition of cultural learning completed by Aboriginal students, for SACE credits. We are also working to implement policy that will allow Aboriginal students to submit work in any subject (except English and languages) in an Australian language.
The Aboriginal Education Project Team are looking for feedback from Aboriginal Community Elders and Leaders, Schools and teachers, Aboriginal students and their parents to:
Understand what would need to be true for students, schools and Communities:
1. To recognise self-directed cultural learning and community learning students are participating in.
2. To enable Aboriginal students to submit work in an Australian language
Understand what types of learning may happen in community and how schools and community can work together to determine how these are recognised.
The SACE Aboriginal Education project team along with the Port Lincoln Aboriginal Education team would like to invite you to join us at Mallee Park Football Club on 1 September 2022 at 11am to learn about our Aboriginal Education project and offer us your thoughts and feedback.
Lunch will be provided. For further information, please contact Colleen Gay on 0429-472-104.
We look forward to meeting with you,
The SACE Aboriginal Education Project Team and the Port Lincoln Aboriginal Education Team