Welcome to Kumarninthi - a place where youth are empowered to learn and embrace the richness of Aboriginal history and culture.
Our mission is to provide education in a way that is culturally sensitive and respectful, promoting understanding and empathy for the diverse heritage of Australia's First Nations people.
Our educational programs are specially designed to align with the ACARA F-10 Framework and Melbourne Declaration of Education Goals, ensuring that all young Australians have the opportunity to learn about Aboriginal culture and history through education, art, and storytelling.
We believe that education is a powerful tool that can shape the future, and that is why we are committed to providing a platform for young people to learn and grow in a culturally respectful manner.
Our programs cover a wide range of topics, including the history of Aboriginal cultures, customs, and traditions, the impact of the Stolen Generations, Aboriginal identity, racism, Aboriginal art, and how to culturally respect it, and much more.
We know that young minds are still developing, and that is why we have designed our programs to be engaging, interactive, and age-appropriate, ensuring that every participant can get the most out of their experience.
At Kumarninthi, we believe that educating current and future generations is key to creating a more empathetic and inclusive society.
By developing socially and morally appropriate decisions, we can build a better future for all Australians, not just for Aboriginal people.
I am passionate about this program, and I truly believe that it has the power to create a positive impact on our society.
This has been created this program to align with the ACARA F-10 Framework and Melbourne Declaration of Education Goals, and I am committed to ensuring that it remains flexible and adaptable to meet the needs of our participants.
Together, let us embark on a journey of learning and discovery, and embrace the rich and diverse history and culture of Aboriginal Australia.