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“Two Men and a Truck”, sponsored the Nuon Dutch team in the 2015 Solar Car Race.
The INDULKANA SCHOOL had a magnificent impact on this crew; the engaged students ran out to greet them, straight away these Captains of Industry began to think how they could utilise their passion for solar in a remote school and community.
The Indulkana School school lies 575 km south of Alice Springs, for many of the students English is often their 2nd or 3rd language,they are exposed to English when they start school. The Indulkana School covers a pre-school, a family centre and secondary students have access to a trade learning centre. The staff invest in relationships between family, community and students, it is imperative to their young peoples success, the Indulkana School have tapped into: Innovation, Grit, Action and Commitment.
0 CommentsNovember 2, 2018
WE HAVE RE-NAMED OUR SITE TO APYNEWS.COM.AU TO ALLOW US TO COVER THE WHOLE OF THE APY LANDS. Iwantja Arts is the beating heart of Indulkana Community, offering its artist members opportunities for artistic and professional development as well as sustainable income and economic independence. Iwantja Arts is a not for profit, Aboriginal owned and run […]
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PALYA means HELLO in Pitjantjatjara (pronounced as pit-jan-jah-jarra) It was not only the warm welcome that inspired these Captains of Industry into action. Once they learned about Indulkana and what the town have achieved they could see that this community was enterprising. A town with a transient population whose community sits at around 300 people, […]
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What a wonderful project! You are gifted to grow up in such a place and community and it’s great that Richard and the team are working with this amazing school. I hope and suspect that this will be the first of many solar projects that you will embrace.
A wonderful project; How did you think of it.