Nadia Wheatley is our resident writer. She was to start working with classes this term with classes in a series of 4 day long workshops. Her focus is on the ground beneath the feet of St Peters and as such she will be working on developing circle stories with the children.
Unfortunately we are sad to say she recently suffered an accident which has caused her to have to delay the start of her workshops. They will now take place in term 3 rather than this term. She will be coming at the end of this term to work with the staff on the program. We wish her well in her recovery.
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