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Walawaani Deadly Ed Program – Permission Slip Due Before Friday, 22 July 2022

Mr Kevin Heath, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Liaison, at the Senior School smoking ceremony, marking National Reconciliation Week 2022.

As part of Walawaani in Term 3 and Term 4, First Nation students will be taking part in an Indigenous cultural program run by the team at Deadly Ed. 

Dates and Activities Involved

The program will run on Tuesday afternoons. All workshops will be 1.5 hours in length.

  • Week 2 Term 3 – 26 July: Centennial Park – Workshop 1, tools and weapons.
  • Week 3 Term 3 – 2 August: Centennial Park – Workshop 2, bush tucker
  • Week 5 Term 3 – 16 August: Waverley College – Workshop 3, cultural art
  • Week 7 Term 3 – 30 August: Waverley College – Workshop 4, cultural art
  • Week 2 Term 4 – 18 October: Centennial Park/Waverley – Workshop 5, dance
  • Week 3 Term 4 – 25 October: Centennial Park/Waverley – Workshop 6, dance

Walawaani families are asked to please complete the permission note below before Friday, 22 July 2022.

>>> Click here to view and complete the permission slip.

Travel and Dismissal

For activity weeks at Centennial Park, both Junior and Senior school students will be walking to Centennial Park with Kevin Heath and Ms Maakrun at lunchtime. 

If you wish for your son to be dismissed from Centennial Park at 3:15pm, please indicate this on the permission note. Staff will be walking back to school with any students who need to return to school.

We hope all boys will gain a great deal of value and personal knowledge through their participation.

Kevin Heath

Kevin Heath


Ms Marie-Anne Maakrun

Assistant Director of Identity & Student Formation