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At the end of Term 3, Kaurna Elder Uncle Ivan Copley spoke to our Year 7 Geography classes, enlightening them about the historical utilisation of the school's land and its abundant natural resources by the Kaurna people. He imparted invaluable knowledge about how this environment had served as a source of sustenance, healing, tools, water, and shelter for indigenous communities during their remarkable 60,000-year occupancy. Subsequently, our students engaged in a reflective exploration of how our college site has evolved through the years and contemplated the potential challenges that lie ahead for us in the future.

Stephen Uren
Faculty Leader Humanities and CDS
Curriculum Coordinator of Geography

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