At Yirrkala School, bilingual education has become a model for remote Aboriginal learning

At Yirrkala School, bilingual education has become a model for remote Aboriginal learning
Thursday 15 July 2021

In bushland near the school in Yirrkala community in north-east Arnhem Land, students gather around smouldering coals covered by smoking bark and leaves.

They're participating in the cultural curriculum called Galtha Rom, or cultural lessons, as part of the students' "both ways" bilingual studies at the school, which have become a model for remote Indigenous learning. Read more

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