Two Wells primary school celebrated Reconciliation Week with a range of activities, including ballet and football workshops, artwork and making damper.
The ‘Out There’ Australian Ballet in Schools Company attended the school on Thursday, May 29, and held interactive and hands-on workshops with students across the school.
Representatives from the SANFL also attended on the same day and soon had the students handballing, kicking and marking footballs across the oval.
New TWPS counsellor, Zoe Evans, said the theme of this year’s reconciliation week was “Recognition, Respect and Change” and the students had also been involved in story telling, literacy activities, cooking damper and creating artwork. “I think it’s really important to have all students involved in all the activities,” Ms Evans said.
“Reconciliation Week is about recognising culture and bringing the school community together.”
Ms Evans especially wished to thank the school’s groundsman, John Spoodler, who came in while on holidays to coordinate the damper cooking sessions in the school’s fire pit.