NAIDOC Week 2020
Check out the below video of our recent smoking ceremony to officially open our yarning circle. Big thankyou to the Jarara Indigenous Education Unit and Storymotive for running the ceremony and shooting this beautiful vision.
Yarning is about building respectful relationships.
The use of a yarning circle is an important process within Aboriginal culture and Torres Strait Islander culture.
The yarning circle has been used by Indigenous peoples from around the world for centuries to learn from a collective group, build respectful relationships, and to preserve and pass on cultural knowledge.
Xavier has a very proud connection and commitment to its First Nation Students - to see more about our First Nation Program check out the story below:
And to check out the full gallery of our smoking ceremony, check out the gallery below: