Koorie Homework Club (KHC) are having weekly catch ups for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students (years 3-6) or tutoring (secondary or tertiary students).

The KHC weekly program offers a safe space for children to catch up on their homework and take part in cultural activities.

Invited Koorie guests regularly visit throughout the year.

Mondays, 3:30-5pm during school term
*homework club does not run on Public Holidays
Location: Cooinda, Romsey Villa, 43 Furlong Rd, Sunshine North, VIC 3020

No charge to be part of KHC

Registrations required via contacting Koorie Engagement Support Officer (KESO) Lee-Anne Clarke on Lee-Anne.Clarke@education.vic.gov.au or 0477 719 366. Alternatively please send email to stacc@brimbank.vic.gov.au.

Program Facilitators: Lee-Anne Clarke, Ieisha Lyons, Jahneya Travis and Jo Trevathan

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Growing Plants for Country

We are very happy to announce one of the Reimagined VicHealth grants was successful for the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander project Growing Plants for Country. The Koorie Homework Club families will be working with Matt King from Indigenous Partnerships/Integrated Catchment Management to learn about growing food & habitat plants to be planted on country and at Westvale Community garden. Each of the families will receive a propagation kit containing a grow house with potting mix and a list of seeds and under Matt’s guidance, will be planted out once they have reached sufficient maturity.

By engaging in this activity, with support, families may feel a greater connection to country and learn new skills and knowledge pathways.

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