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Gleneagle State School’s Yarns and Eats event gives families the chance to connect with the school and give feedback how the school can better celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture.
Student and parents enjoyed morning tea and a traditional welcome from Aunty Janis Page and Aunty Geraldine Page and an introduction representatives from Mununjali Housing before undertaking a range of art and craft activities.
Gleneagle State School’s Sharon Rae said the school holds the Yarn and Eats event in Term Four every year to bring families together with the school.
“It give us the opportunity to find out from parents and families what they need to explore and celebrate their culture within the school curriculum,” she said.
“It is important that we understand the needs of all of our students.”