Courtesy of Dancetrain Magazine, November 1, 2018.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No. It’s Our Lady of the Rosary Wyoming, soaring high with our Wakakirri performance “Fly Little Birdie, Fly”.
Courtesy of the Central Coast Express Advocate, November 1, 2018.
Written by Sophie Pagliaricci, Charlotte Armstrong and Miliana St Clair from Our Lady of the Rosary Wyoming.
Courtesy of Education Today Magazine, Term 4 Issue, 2018.
Hoppers Crossing Secondary College has maintained its status as Wakakirri award winners, taking out one of this year’s national awards.
The school bagged the National Health Category award for its performance Race of Life, which acknowledges that everybody is dealt a different card in life.
Hoppers Crossing students first performed the item at a Wakakirri heat at The Clocktower Centre in Moonee Ponds in July, before being invited to perform again at the Victorian Secondary Schools Awards Night at Melbourne’s Palais Theatre in September.
Courtesy of Star Weekly, November 7, 2018.
Courtesy of Karen Webster, A/Assistant Executive Director, Teaching and Student Support Services, Government of Western Australia/Department of Education, October 25, 2018.
“The teachers, students, parents and community members are so proud to win the national people’s choice award,” [Ms Kane] said.
“Every child at our school was involved in the dance in some way, whether it was helping painting the Indigenous sunset and river or helping with costumes.
“The whole school community supported each other throughout the year and this was evident throughout the dances.”
Courtesy of the Hawkesbury Gazette, October 26, 2018.
NBN News Central Coast paid a visit to Wakakirri’s 2018 Secondary Story of the Year winner, TLSC Tumbi Umbi Campus.
Courtesy of NBN News Central Coast, October 25, 2018.
Torrens Primary School is celebrating a national award in the 2018 Wakakirri Story Dance Challenge for its thought-provoking entry on the plight of asylum seekers…
Year 5 teacher Sarah Nicholas said an inspiration for the performance was an Angela May George’s picture book Out, which tells the story of a little girl fleeing her homeland, making a long and treacherous boat journey with her mother to seek asylum in Australia.
Courtesy of RiotACT!, 24 October, 2019.