You are all deadly!

Gwenda Stanley visited our centre on 27 March to share her culture and ways of being.

Gwenda showed the children how animals are also resources, with feathers and skins used for coverings, clothing and blankets.

Gwenda shared the meaning of the Aboriginal flag with the children and engaged the children in several animal dances with the didgeridoo playing in the background.

The children learnt some new words and had their faces painted after a time of yarning together in a circle. Thank you Gwenda for visiting our centre!!

Story contributed by Maria Stockley from Maryland Care and Early Education Centre. Published in 2019