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Aboriginal Achievement Awards

On Monday 17 November three students from Braidwood Central School attended the Aboriginal Education Achievement Awards ceremony at Batemans Bay. These awards recognise students, staff and community members who have contributed to Aboriginal Education, and celebrate success dedication and achievement. Indigenous television and film actor Luke Carroll was a special guest at the awards. He is also a proud Ambassador for the ‘Recognise’ campaign, The Cathy Freeman Foundation and The Malpa Project.
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Braidwood Central’s students, accompanied by two parents and the Aboriginal Education Coordinator, had a great day and enjoyed their well-earned success. Bradley Smyth was an MC, who did an outstanding job that was discussed by many in attendance, while Shania Morgan received a Sporting Achievement Award and Aguirre Corowa-Swan received a Creative and Performing Arts Award. Congratulations to you all.

Students Bradley Smyth, Aguirre Corowa-Swan, Shania Morgan at the Awards with Mr Michael Guilfoyle (BCS Head Teacher, Maths and Science and Aboriginal Education Coordinator

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