A visit from Scott Darlow

We had a visit from Scott Darlow, a Yorta Yorta descendent. He is a passionate Indigenous activist , regularly speaking in schools, businesses and churches across Australia about his indigenous culture, Australian history, racial tolerance, harmony and important social matters.

Scott Darlow is an Aboriginal man from Melbourne, a Yorta Yorta descendent, who spent the whole day at our school during the last week of Term One. He is a well-known singer, songwriter, guitarist, didgeridoo player and public speaker and the students were enthralled throughout the sessions. What a delight it was to se the total engagement of our four-year-old kindergarten children as they danced, clapped and moved to the music. Their laughter was infectious! Scott’s gift of story-telling, his love of history, both documented and also the stories of his elders, helped the students understand better the things that have happened and have contributed to building the current Australia we all love. His message was that education brings understanding. Understanding brings empathy and empathy brings healing and change. Scott is proud to be a World Vision artist.