Tin Can Bay students celebrate NAIDOC day

NAIDOC Day Photo Attached – Community Elders with some of the students learning about the bush tucker and artifacts.

NAIDOC Day Photo Attached – Community Elders with some of the students learning about the bush tucker and artifacts.

Delicious Harvest at Garden Club

Students were delighted with the delicious harvest on the first day back of Term 3 of luscious red strawberries! Having tended the plants all year, they are thoroughly enjoying the fruits of their labour. Students admired the tomatoes which had a wonderful growth spurt over the holidays and snacked on a range of herbs – the lovely aniseed flavour of fennel is always a favourite! They were also busy planting broccoli, carrots, climbing peas, beans, corn and beetroot. What a busy morning!

Garden Club is for all students from Prep to Year 10 and is held every Monday morning 7:45-8:25am.

NAIDOC Day at Tin Can Bay

Tin Can Bay P-10 Students had a wonderful NAIDOC Day on Thursday 18th July with a wonderful selection of cultural activities. They had opportunities to learn through a range of workshops including: storytelling; dance; bush tucker; and a fire and ochre workshop. Students also got to learn and play indigenous games and throw boomerangs!

Many thanks to our Elders for organising and running this fantastic day!