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IN MY BLOOD IT RUNS - EDUCATION SCREENINGS FOR FREE

A key goal in the In My Blood It Runs impact campaign is to make Australian schools more culturally safe for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. In order to address this, we are making the film available to schools and educators FREE to screen in ‘Australia’ from April 30th – June 3rd.


Here’s the dot points -

  • *FREE Screening offer for teachers and students
  • *Join FREE Virtual Class Excursions on different subjects during Reconciliation Week 27 May – 3 June.
  • *New classroom resource with ATOM Australia
  • *New Professional Learning Resource for teachers by Narragunnawali: Reconciliation in Education
  • *FREE teachers PL live Q&A on April 28th with partners Rec Aus, Narragunnawali and Stronger Smarter Institute.

 

Whether you’re teaching in-person or virtually, we’re here to support you! Learn more and register at www.inmyblooditruns.com/education

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