3Our School Captain and School Ambassador acknowledge elders past and present
4Introducing Aunty Margaret Goneis, A. T. S. I. C Introducing Aunty Margaret Goneis, A.T.S.I.C. member for the Bankstown Local Government Area
5Aunty Margaret from the Yuin people brings the Welcome To Country
6The choir join Mrs Taylor in an Aboriginal song of welcome called Gurringindenarme!
7Aunty Margaret explains the importance of ‘Bringing Them Home’
8All students listen attentively to this message. It was pretty special!
9The National Anthem is sung in the dharawal language by Samantha Goneis, (Aunty Margaret’s daughter), Year 12 student at Bankstown Girls' High School and member of the South Western Sydney Music Ensemble.
10Aunty Margaret is presented with flowers from our School Captain and School Ambassador
11Sammy joins the choir to sing Sesere Eeye, song from the Island of Moa in the Torres Strait Islands
14Great Artworks from our students Great Artworks from our students! These Indigenous hands are on display in the school library.
15‘Bringing Them Home’ is what Sorry Day is all about ‘Bringing Them Home’ is what Sorry Day is all about. A big thank you especially to Mrs Taylor, Mrs Graham, Mrs Lister and all our staff and students at Padstow Park who have all contributed so much to Reconciliation Week!