We will be planting native plants that are culturally significant to local Ngunnawal People and our First Nations students and families. First Nations families will be invited to choose native plants that are significant to them, thus allowing opportunities to share their culture.
Students, including First Nations students and their families, will be involved in planting plants in a recently built outdoor learning space. The outdoor learning space will be maintained by students and staff throughout the year.
We hope that First Nations students and families will feel connected to this space and thus allow for future opportunities for collaboration and sharing of knowledge and culture. There will be ongoing opportunities for staff and students to learn about the cultural significance of the plants e.g. through ongoing relationships with First Nations families and local cultural knowledge holders.