Rockingham Senior High School Education Support students enjoyed a cultural day


RSHS Year 13 student Shane Lambeck and  Year 12 student Chloe Watt.
Rockingham Senior High School Education Support students enjoyed a cultural day
Rockingham Senior High School Education Support students enjoyed a cultural day
RSHS Year 13 student Shane Lambeck and Year 12 student Chloe Watt.

ROCKINGHAM Senior High School Education Support students took part in an all-day incursion called Aboriginal for a Day as part of their HASS program on Tuesday.

The students have been exploring the culture of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

They developed a better understanding of cultures, languages, lifestyles and beliefs in a fun filled environment on the day.

Students learned how to dance like a Kangaroo, Eagle and Emu and how to play the didgeridoo.

Some of the day activities also included a welcome ceremony, face painting, aboriginal art, storytelling and cultural history.

RSHS HASS program teacher Mrs Doris Lim said the whole day incursion was a cultural learning experience for the students.

“Having a whole day incursion was really the best way that students could really immerse themselves into the culture and become completely involved,” she said.

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