Our Lady of Good Counsel Primary students host Naidoc Week liturgy


Students Amalyn Chapman, Lola Tuite, Georgia Catten and Chloe Campbell.
Students Amalyn Chapman, Lola Tuite, Georgia Catten and Chloe Campbell.

OUR Lady of Good Counsel Primary School held its Naidoc Week liturgy, which was attended by special guests last month.

Pre-primary students and their families celebrated and learnt about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders culture.

Principal Nic Gaglia said celebrating the history, culture and accomplishments of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders would allow students to appreciate where they lived.

Special guests included City of Stirling councillor Andrew Guilfoyle, City of Stirling family development officer Jesse Brennan and Catholic Education WA Aboriginal education consultants Katie Oriti and David Cusack.

The liturgy was followed by a liturgical dance performed by Year 6 students.