Djidi Djidi Aboriginal School fosters an integrated approach to bring together community services and agencies to support our students and their families. Moort Maladiny - Growing Families is a coordinated and holistic model that addresses the needs of our children by linking in with a range of health, educational and human resources for children, particularly those aged 0 - 8 years and their families (early intervention). Through the support of these agencies, their services will ultimately assist developing greater school readiness and academic success.
We recognise that parents are their child's first teacher and so Djidi Djidi Aboriginal School respects parents as partners in education, and a vital part of schooling life.
We work with families so that no child is left behind. Intervention is timely.
Djidi Djidi offers direct access to a range of agencies with minimal wait time; eg. Speech Therapist, Occupational Therapist, optimising student learning.
Djidi Djidi runs classes and courses throughout the year for parents.
A focus on fostering a positive sense of identity for parents and students.
We have access to the South West Aboriginal Medical Service (SWAMS) and Community Health Services, Telethon Ear Bus, Mobile Dental Van.