National Sorry Day
Wednesday the 26th of May was National Sorry Day. We enjoyed discussing the importance of this day and how we can celebrate Indigenous culture. We have been sharing stories around Indigenous culture and reflecting on fairness and equality. This week we made handprint flags with the Aboriginal flag colours. We discussed the meaning of all of the colours on the Aboriginal Flag. The yellow represents the sun, the red represents the land and the black represents the people. We are looking forward to continuing to explore Indigenous culture next week as we head into Reconciliation week.
Sustainability has been a big focus in our PP classrooms this week. We have been looking at different ways that we can be sustainable at our school and in our homes. We are developing a very special appreciation for our wonderful earth and the beautiful gifts of nature. We have talked about how we only have one planet earth and how important it is that we look after it. Ask as at home if we remember some of the ways we can look after our planet.