For Primary Schools
After delighting over five thousand students and teachers during its premiere in NAIDOC Week 2020 the smash-hit Noongar Storytelling project is back for 2021!
Lead by Perth Festival Associate Artist and Noongar language reclamation powerhouse Kylie Bracknell, the videos capture Noongar children’s stories told by Noongar storytellers, including Derek Nannup, Olman Walley and Connie Yarran.
MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
Each was filmed at an iconic WA location such as Kaarta Koomba [Kings Park] and Nanyi-Yandjip [Yanchep National Park]. The original five plus a few new videos will be available to registered schools only, to use as part of NAIDOC Week 2021 activities. Brand new Education Kits for Lower and Upper Primary respectively will also be available, to expand on the use of Language and Noongar connection to boodja [land].
This year’s NAIDOC theme is Heal Country, and these videos are the perfect way to celebrate generations of love and respect for this boodja we all share. These videos connect directly with Language and HASS curricula, in addition to cross-curriculum priority of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures.
HOW TO REGISTER?
Registration is free of charge, just fill out the form below and you’ll receive the link to our Noongar Storytelling videos and Education Kits in late June.
In the meantime, spread the word and keep dreaming about how these videos can support you and your school’s NAIDOC Week celebrations in 2021!
Videos & Kits will be available online to registered teachers only. They can be streamed from late June until Sunday 11 July 2021, in the lead up to and during NAIDOC Week.