Every young person should have an understanding of how the past impacts the present, and how they can be a part of shaping our future.

To download information about our Yarn program and how it might work for your school, click here.

Yarn in the humanities:

The topics covered in Yarn align with the Year 10 Humanities curriculum, addressing aspects of Depth Study 2 as well as the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures cross-curriculum priority and the Intercultural Understanding general capability

Yarn as service learning:

Yarn can also be delivered as part of your school's service learning program. Get in touch to discuss how we can work together.

YARN DAY

Yarn Day has been developed for those schools who want to start a meaningful conversation about reconciliation but are unable to fit our five-week program within their timetable. Yarn Day immerses students in a fun and informative day of reconciliation learning, complete with a kangaroo sausage sizzle!

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“I liked how the leaders connected with us. ICEA is a great way to become more knowledgeable about Indigenous culture and history. Lots of big questions are asked”  Yarn Participant

“I liked how the leaders connected with us. ICEA is a great way to become more knowledgeable about Indigenous culture and history. Lots of big questions are asked” 

Yarn Participant

 
"Yarn was a safe space to share my thoughts without being judged and I learnt new things about the history of Australia" Yarn Participant

"Yarn was a safe space to share my thoughts without being judged and I learnt new things about the history of Australia"

Yarn Participant

 
“Observing Yarn deepened my knowledge of Australia’s shared history. I walked away inspired to include Indigenous perspectives in my classroom and have those courageous conversations with my students”  Teacher

“Observing Yarn deepened my knowledge of Australia’s shared history. I walked away inspired to include Indigenous perspectives in my classroom and have those courageous conversations with my students” 

Teacher