St Clare's Catholic School Burdell

Ganmana Adara

Ganmana Adara is a Wulgurukaba term meaning ‘meeting place’, St Clare’s strives to live up to that name, to be a place where the community came together to create and foster a place of learning, appreciation, and respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.

An important part of our Ganmana Adara club is teaching all students about the history and cultures of our First Nations peoples and as such, we are very fortunate to be able to welcome a rich variety of guest speakers to present to our student cohort on significant aspects about the culture, history and knowledge.

Indigenous Education Contact Details

Mrs Bianca Ponti
E: bponti1@stclarestsv.catholic.edu.au

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY


St Clare’s Catholic School acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land, the Wulgurukaba People. We respect and honour Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past, present and future. We, as a community, are committed to supporting reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian people.

Contact

Principal: Mrs Helen Wade

Burdell Drive
Burdell 4818

P: (07) 4760 6900
F: (07) 4774 3489
E: enquiries@stclarestsv.catholic.edu.au

Absent Line: (07) 4760 6999

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