Text Box: Students at Kirinari Aboriginal Secondary School hostel train for the many sports that they are involved in at school. The run up the hill will test them out. These students have the advantage that they are enrolled at schools close to the hostel with good sporting and athletic programs.

Several country schools require sporting equipment to supplement the learning advantages gained through the Aboriginal Progressive Interactive Learning Activity.


Aboriginal Children’s Advancement Society seeks to supply several all-Aboriginal  schools with equipment for athletics such as high-jump, shot-put and javelin. This will enable the children from these schools to take part in well-managed and controlled athletic programs at school in preparation for competition with other schools in their district or region.


If successful this program will be extended to schools in low-economic social areas with a high percentage of Aboriginal students.


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ACAS has been involved in the education and advancement of Aboriginal youth for since 1963.


This is tried and proved practical reconciliation.