Naidoc Week 2021

On Wednesday the 30th of June a NAIDOC event was held at Point Pearce Campus for all Primary and ELC students from all three campuses

Deadly Science

Science Resource Grant

In some great science news Point Pearce teacher Maddy Woodforde was successful in receiving over $2,500 worth of science resources from the organisation ‘Deadly Science’.

Wild Dog Dreaming

As part of our ongoing support of Aboriginal Education and Narungga Culture at Central Yorke School we have partnered with Country Arts SA and Aboriginal

Point Pearce News

LEADERSHIP FOR TERM 2 I am pleased to be back at Point Pearce Campus for three days a week on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, sharing

Carclew Project Update

It’s been an amazing two weeks with the Carclew artists Janet Milera, Clem Newchurch & Mali Allen and Narungga Cultural Consultant, Uncle Peter Turner working

Clontarf visit

On Thursday 25th March, the Point Pearce R-2 class performed Narungga songs to the Clontarf students who were visiting Point Pearce Aboriginal Community. Before we

This week began the 2-week residency of the Carclew Aboriginal Artists in School (AAIS) Narungga residency at Central Yorke School. Janet Milera (Narungga artist), Clem

NAIDOC Community Day

The 2020 NAIDOC Theme was ‘Always Was, Always Will Be’ acknowledging and celebrating Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander peoples 65,000 year connection to country and