Students who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander have the opportunity to participate in a Yarning Circle. The Yarning Circle is used to encourage responsible, respectful and honest interactions, provide a safe place to be heard and promote connectedness within the school community. The students enhance awareness of Indigenous cultures for all students within the school. They have active involvement in many school activities including Harmony Day, Reconciliation Week and NAIDOC week.
Throughout the year, students will be involved with the design and construction of the Yarning Circle. Once completed, this area will promote a sense of belonging and provide the students with a place to call their own. The students will maintain the Yarning Circle themselves.