Wunan News News & Updates from the field
Oct 30 2014
SICK KIDS’ CLINIC: When: Monday—Thursday between 8.00am—8.30am Where: Kununurra Medical, 96 Coolibah Health Centre For: All children aged up to 16 years If your child is feeling unwell and you are not sure whether they should attend the school day, book them in at Kununurra Medical and let the Doctor decide Please call 9168 1001 to make an appointment _________________________________________________________________ VISA MEDICAL ASSESSMENTS From November 2014, Kununurra Medical is able to help with your VISA Medical Assessments You will need to book your health examination online at http://www.bupamvs.com.au/ And then call Kununurra Medical to arrange your appointment Download Flyers Here: Kununurra Medical Clinics Kununurra Medical Centre, Coolibah Health Centre 96 Coolibah Drive, Kununurra WA 6743 T: 9168 1001 F: 9169 2726 E: email@example.com Read More.
Oct 29 2014
We are very excited to launch our community wide Art Competition where we invite community members to submit entries that are based on one or more of the five social norms. Details of the comp are: Categories: Early Learning Primary School: Junior, Middle & Upper Secondary School : Lower & Upper Adult Yarliyil Artists Artwork Size: 30cm x 30cm Competition Opens: 27th October 2014 Competition Closes: 13th November 2014 Judging: 14th November 2014 (further details to be provided) Submit to: Robby McNamee (Wunan office behind the bakery) With the assistance of the CFC, we are opening up the centre to the community on the following dates to work on their entries: Wednesday 29th and Thursday 30th October Wednesday 5th and Thursday 6th November Wednesday 12th and Thursday 13th November Canvasses and paints will be provided at those sessions. HCDHS and Warlawurru Schools are also embedding the competition into their […] Read More.
Oct 29 2014
Check out the latest happenings at Ningkuwum-Ngamayuwu (Halls Creek Children and Family Centre). Keep up the great work team! Read here: Ningkuwum-Ngamayuwu Newsletter_November 2014 Photo: Simon Taplin, Halls Creek Police Read More.
Oct 10 2014
Wunan Partnership Broker program and Broome Workforce Development Centre recently facilitated Youth & Business Workshops in Kununurra & Broome. This was an opportunity for both young people and business people to discuss, share ideas and develop an understanding of the challenges both parties experience in the workplace. Topics included building resilience, self-confidence and communication skills. Young people learnt the personal skills required for gaining successful employment and business people walked away with a clearer picture of what they can do differently when engaging with young people. All attendees actively engaged in the discussions and the activities and many strong connections were forged between the young participants and business people. Wunan Workforce Development Centres will continue to facilitate similar workshops in schools and incorporate work experience and industry visits to keep strengthening the bridge to employment for Kimberley Kids. Read More.
Oct 7 2014
There are currently 14 families participating in The Home Interaction Program for Parents and Youngsters (HIPPY). Ten families are based in Kununurra and four in Wyndham. Two of these families reside at Molly Springs. The families who are actively involved in teaching their children have given positive feed back on what their children are learning from the activities. The children have really enjoyed the activities and the parents have felt empowered as their children’s first teacher. Parents have said they are more excited and comfortable with their children’s learning at school and have also found the learning has extended in their every day life and into the community as children learn about colours and shapes. The children look forward to doing the activities with their parents and spending quality time together and they are realizing that learning can be fun. As with all new programs it’s been a challenge introducing it to the community, but we praise those […] Read More.
Oct 1 2014
Meet Darren Perrett, Career Advisor in the Wunan Workforce Development Centre at Broome. A qualified teacher, Darren’s been working in the Kimberley on and off for the past 12 years. He is passionate about making a difference in the lives of Aboriginal young people. Over his career the thing Darren is most proud of is starting a boarding school programme in Perth for Aboriginal students from Balgo, Mulan and Billiluna. He also feels very proud of his involvement in the Luurnpa Catholic School and the Kutjungka Trade Training Centre in Balgo Hills. At present, Darren is working with a number of different agencies in Broome and the West Kimberley to be able to give young people and their parents all the information they need to make informed choices for their futures. One of the things he is very passionate about is the West Kimberley cattle station project in which Kimberley […] Read More.