Japanese festival

Posted on 14 Nov 2019

Latham Primary Nihongo no matsuri - Japanese Festival Day 

On Wednesday 27 November, Latham Primary will be having a day to celebrate our learning in Japanese and share cultural activities with each other across the school. 

 The picture shown here is a map of Japan’s prefectures, showing the yuru kyara ゆる きゃら (sometimes written yuru chara ゆるちゃら) for each. The ゆる きゃら are anime-style mascots or official characters for prefectures (different areas) around Japan, that are seen on tourist brochures, signs and many other places as a fun way to invite people to visit these areas. There is even a competition held to decide the best ゆる きゃら each year! 

Acknowledgement of Country

Posted on 22 May 2019

Reconciliation Week  27 May - 3 June. Grounded in Truth

Dhawra nguna, dhawra Ngunawal.

Yanggu gulanyin ngalawiri, dhunayi, Ngunawal dhwara. 

Wanggaralijinyin mariny balan bugarabang

We at Latham Primary would like to acknowledge and thank the Ngunawal people for letting us play, learn and live on this land. We respect your connection to this country, ongoing culture and elders. We will help pass on knowledge of the Ngunawal culture, languages and traditions. 

Ngunawal Language Revival Project Working Group 2018

Latham Primary School Cultural Integrity Project Team and Student Acknowledgement Working Group 2018