While Goulburn High School celebrated NAIDOC Week last week, more events were held at the school on November 17.
The school held an assembly in the morning where teacher Mark White along with student Koby played the Didgeridoo.
Teacher Amie-Lea Friend led a traditional Aboriginal dance and student Blake did the Acknowledgement of Country.
Djiriba Waagura also visited the school and held workshops with students from Year 7 through to Year 10.
This year, NAIDOC Week was officially held from November 8-15.
This year's theme Always Was, Always Will Be, recognises that First Nations people have occupied and cared for this continent for more than 65,000 years.
Tuesday's celebrations followed on from last week where several activities were held across the school.
Teacher Mark White ran an Aboriginal Art workshop and Year 9 students also adapted traditional Aboriginal games to play at school, including Borna Jokee, Jillora, Kokan and Noongar wana, which they taught to classmates.
English students read Dreamtime stories throughout the week and students also took part in different craft activities including rope making with Red Stringybark and felting where they represented the landscape in their artworks.
Students also spoke about native foods and used some of them to cook with.
Mrs Teague's class created a door piece displaying native flora and fauna of Australia, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flag, Dreamtime art work, cut out hands from students and staff members from the school community and traditional tools utilised in Aboriginal culture.
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