••• COMPUTER VERSION •••

FIRE Carriers

Fire Carriers

Our student and staff FIRE Carriers lead and share information regarding our responsibility to engage in action to work towards reconciliation.

The FIRE (Friends Igniting Reconciliation through Education) Carrier Project is a joint initiative of Aboriginal Catholic Ministry Victoria and the Opening the Doors Foundation with Catholic Education Sandhurst to promote Reconciliation through education in Sandhurst schools. The FIRE Carrier Project seeks to keep the Reconciliation flame alight in schools, educating the wider community about Reconciliation, our shared history and cultures. The FIRE carriers work to promote reconciliation through:

  • Spirituality
  • Cultural Recognition and Awareness
  • Practical Reconciliation and Justice

 

Our students and staff engage in formation experiences using connections that have been established and nourished by our community with the local indigenous population.

We celebrate events such as Reconciliation Week and NAIDOC Week with whole school focuses and liturgy. Students learn about the rituals and traditions of the original custodians of our land through planned experiences
and also visits at appropriate times in the year from local elders.

Fire Carrier Covenant Documentation

St Patricks Tongala - FIRE Carrier Covenant 2022

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••• TABLET VERSION •••

Fire Carriers

Fire Carriers

Our student and staff FIRE Carriers lead and share information regarding our responsibility to engage in action to work towards reconciliation.

The FIRE (Friends Igniting Reconciliation through Education) Carrier Project is a joint initiative of Aboriginal Catholic Ministry Victoria and the Opening the Doors Foundation with Catholic Education Sandhurst to promote Reconciliation through education in Sandhurst schools. The FIRE Carrier Project seeks to keep the Reconciliation flame alight in schools, educating the wider community about Reconciliation, our shared history and cultures. The FIRE carriers work to promote reconciliation through:

  • Spirituality
  • Cultural Recognition and Awareness
  • Practical Reconciliation and Justice

 

Our students and staff engage in formation experiences using connections that have been established and nourished by our community with the local indigenous population.

We celebrate events such as Reconciliation Week and NAIDOC Week with whole school focuses and liturgy. Students learn about the rituals and traditions of the original custodians of our land through planned experiences
and also visits at appropriate times in the year from local elders.

Fire Carrier Covenant Documentation

St Patricks Tongala - FIRE Carrier Covenant 2022

Download Document PDF

••• iPHONE VERSION •••

Fire Carriers

Fire Carriers

Our student and staff FIRE Carriers lead and share information regarding our responsibility to engage in action to work towards reconciliation.

The FIRE (Friends Igniting Reconciliation through Education) Carrier Project is a joint initiative of Aboriginal Catholic Ministry Victoria and the Opening the Doors Foundation with Catholic Education Sandhurst to promote Reconciliation through education in Sandhurst schools. The FIRE Carrier Project seeks to keep the Reconciliation flame alight in schools, educating the wider community about Reconciliation, our shared history and cultures. The FIRE carriers work to promote reconciliation through:

  • Spirituality
  • Cultural Recognition and Awareness
  • Practical Reconciliation and Justice

 

Our students and staff engage in formation experiences using connections that have been established and nourished by our community with the local indigenous population.

We celebrate events such as Reconciliation Week and NAIDOC Week with whole school focuses and liturgy. Students learn about the rituals and traditions of the original custodians of our land through planned experiences
and also visits at appropriate times in the year from local elders.

Fire Carrier Covenant Documentation

St Patricks Tongala - FIRE Carrier Covenant 2022

Download Document PDF