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We challenge the whole school community to have high expectations of Indigenous students, fostering the ‘strong and smart’ approach embraced by Dr Chris Sarra.

Meet…Lesley Mills – Tabulam Public School

by on Aug 31, 2015 in News, Stronger Smarter Stories | 0 comments

Meet…Lesley Mills – Tabulam Public School

Meet the Stronger Smarter family…   Lesley Mills is the principal of Tabulam Public School in NSW. Here Lesley speaks about her experience in the Stronger Smarter Leadership Program and how she uses the Stronger Smarter approach in her professional and personal...

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Meet Yolanda Coutts

by on Aug 27, 2015 in News, Stronger Smarter News | 1 comment

Meet Yolanda Coutts

Meet Yolanda Coutts, Head of Campus at the Northern Peninsula Area State College in Bamaga, Cape York. Yolanda began her Stronger Smarter journey in 2009 whilst teaching at Bwgcolman Community School on Palm Island before taking on leadership roles in schools throughout Cape York.   Yolanda is...

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Media Release: Stronger Smarter Institute reaches important milestone

by on Aug 12, 2015 in Stronger Smarter News | 0 comments

Media Release: Stronger Smarter Institute reaches important milestone

In a week where the Stronger Smarter Institute is running programs throughout Australia (in Warburton (remote WA), Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane), we will celebrate engaging the 2000th participant in our flagship Stronger Smarter Leadership Program at the National Centre for Indigenous Excellence...

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Beginning my Stronger Smarter journey – a reflection by Dave Hartley

by on Jul 21, 2015 in News, Stronger Smarter News | 0 comments

Beginning my Stronger Smarter journey – a reflection by Dave Hartley

We are often asked to describe what participants go through in the Stronger Smarter Leadership Program. Those who have attended will understand that this is not easily done, as it is very much an experiential program that can really only be understood firsthand. However, Dave Hartley, Deputy...

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The Stronger Smarter Dilly Bag

by on Jul 17, 2015 in News, Resources, Stronger Smarter News, Videos | 2 comments

The Stronger Smarter Dilly Bag

The Dilly Bag is used traditionally by Aboriginal people across Australia as a vessel to carry items of value, the metaphor of the Dilly Bag is used throughout the Stronger Smarter Leadership Program. Here David Spillman & Ben Wilson explain how the metaphor of a Dilly Bag (The Stronger Smarter...

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Improving outcomes for Koorie kids in Swan Hill

by on Apr 8, 2015 in News, Stronger Smarter Stories | 1 comment

Improving outcomes for Koorie kids in Swan Hill

At Swan Hill Primary, we value the relationship between home and school. Research tells us that school is a place for building relationships with the whole family. – Janet Barnard   Swan Hill Primary School, situated on the traditional lands of the Wemba Wemba people on the banks of the...

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