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Respect, Believe, Succeed
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18 Aug 2016
On Wednesday, 18th of August, Stage 2 students and teachers visited Kamay Botany Bay National Park as part of their history unit on 'first contacts'.
With the help of ranger guides, the students learned more about the rich Aboriginal history and cultural significance of Kurnell, which is the first landing site of Captain James Cook.
To see more photos of the amazing experiences BWPS had at Kurnell, head over to our 'Gallery' page.
Bankstown NSW 2200
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We would like to pay our respects and acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land and also pay respect to Elders both past and present.
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