Kaadadjiny Moorditjabiny
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Welcome to
Djidi Djidi Aboriginal School

We acknowledge and respect the traditional custodians of the lands and waters on which our students live and are educated throughout Western Australia.

We acknowledge and understand that Elders, parents, families and communities are the first educators of their children and we recognise and value the cultures and strengths that Aboriginal children bring to the classroom. Aboriginal people have a long tradition of teaching and learning through sharing their connections with country, community, language and culture, and through their oral histories, stories and lived experiences that are passed from generation to generation.

We recognise and value the learning that Aboriginal children bring with them from their homes and communities into the classroom.

Recent News

23 Feb 2024

KindiLink News

KindiLink has had a busy start to 2024 with many new families

23 Feb 2024


This Semester students are learning about Chemical Science. Classes will be engaging

23 Feb 2024


In Wetj they have been enjoying lots of hands-on activities this term,

23 Feb 2024


Kaarda class have really enjoyed getting to know some new faces, seeing

Future Events

3 Jun

WA Day Public Holiday

Monday 3rd June is a public holiday for WA DAY.

31 May

Reconciliation Walk of Solidarity Bunbury

Year 3,4,5 and 6 students have the opportunity to represent Djidi Djidi

23 May

Wetj Class Assembly

Wetj class assembly will be on Thursday 23rd May in the undercover


Nana Melba Wallam