I wonder why the Noongar Season DJERAN is also called ‘Ant Season’? I am going to pay extra attention to the activities of ants on my daily walks now! Here are some other great learning opportunities available in Djeran and Makuru.
IN MY BLOOD IT RUNS – Free online screenings.
In My Blood it Runs is available for free to all schools in ‘Australia’ and New Zealand from 30 April – 3 June, and teachers are encouraged to engage with it in the lead up to and during Reconciliation Week 27 May – 3 June.
To find out more click HERE.
“A key goal of In My Blood It Runs is to help make Australian schools more culturally safe for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. Film is a powerful tool for starting conversations and changing attitudes. We encourage you to bring this this film into schools and classrooms and ignite meaningful discussions about the wisdoms, knowledge, histories and rights of First Nations peoples of this country.”
LITTLE GREEN STEPS – Reducing Waste Webinars
Reducing Waste Together in Early Years settings with WMRC
Thursday May 19th from 7.00-8.30 (NOTE new time)
Reducing Waste Together in Early Years settings with SMRC
Monday June 15th from 7.00pm-8.30pm (NOTE new time)
Register here https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ReducingwasteSMRC
SWITCH YOUR THINKING – Young Re-inventor of the Year
Switch your thinking’s annual Young re-inventor of the year competition which is now open, and requested any help in promoting it within your contacts/communities. The 2020 Young re-inventor of the year theme is Future Food! We challenge entrants to re-invent or create something which reflects what sustainable food might look like now and in the future. Please send any enquiries through to mail@switchyourthinking.