Yulendj Laang






‘Yulendj Laang’ means ‘Making Connections’ in the Boonwurrung language, which is the language of the Boon Wurrung traditional owners of the land that PSC is situated on.

The school community celebrate and share the uniqueness of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and histories throughout the curriculum and with the wider community.

Elders and Aboriginal community members have guided PSC to deliver the curriculum sensitively to include an Opening Smoking Ceremony of the Yulendj Laang Area in 2015.



‘Bundjil the Eagle’ was first performed during this ceremony and is PSC’s song to celebrate our connection to the Boon Wurrung land.

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Learning Stones & Our Integrated Indigenous Curriculum 

The Learning Stone will help promote and celebrate aboriginality in all its forms; from educating school community and validating Koorie people both past and present, and their journey in the school setting, and by helping young Koorie people to embrace and become involved in community.

 

Bunjil The Eagle is Peninsula Specialist College's song to celebrate the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People and our connection to the Boon Wurrung land.