NGARAMURA PROJECT

Funded by Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet

 

An exciting new venture for Coomaditchie, the Ngaramura Project provides a supportive pathway assisting young people to re-engage with education through a cultural learning framework. Ngaramura is a Dharawal word meaning  "see the way".

 

Evidence shows that Aboriginal high school students are suspended in numbers disproportionate to enrolment numbers. The Ngaramura Project aims at providing an environment that is culturally appropriate and structured to provide students with opportunities to undertake learning of a cultural nature and also mainstream academic learnings. This project involves a range of activities and programs supporting cultural teachings, academic learning and living and social skills in collaboration with participating local high schools and partnering organisations.

If you are interested in volunteering and/or supporting this project, please contact Alyssa for more information.

Alyssa

Project Coordinator

E: ngaramura1@gmail.com

Ph: 02 4274 7477

ENVIRONMENT OF TRUST HELPS INDIGENOUS TEENS

RE-ENGAGE

A small Aboriginal community hall on the NSW south coast is home to a groundbreaking cultural mentorship program turning around the lives of disengaged Indigenous students.

NGARAMURA – GETTING BACK ON THE EDUCATION PATH

The Ngaramura (See the Way) Project run by the Coomaditchie United Aboriginal Corporation is making a huge difference to struggling Aboriginal students in the Illawarra.

NGARAMURA DREAMING STORIES

cover.jpg

Visit our Dreaming Stories page to view picture books created by Ngaramura youth.

© 2019 Coomaditchie,  created by Simply Connecting

  • Grey Facebook Icon
  • Grey YouTube Icon
  • Grey Pinterest Icon
  • Grey Instagram Icon

Coomaditchie United Aboriginal Corporation

PO Box 160, Warrawong, NSW 2502

 

Coomadicthie has DGR status – all donations are tax deductible – contact us to find out how you can help.

Email Us