The RAY program has been operating in the school for the last 7 years and has been entirely funded by the school.
In 2020 NASHS has been able to form a partnership with the Wirrpanda Foundation to become a host site for the Deadly Sister Girlz Program. This is a fantastic opportunity for our young Aboriginal women and for NASHS.
The DSG program will replace the RAY program but provides a lot more support for our students. The DSG program will operate similarly to the Clontarf program and work to develop our young Aboriginal women’s Academic, Social and Employability Skills.
The program will be supported by two mentors who are currently being recruited. We look forward to 2020 and the new opportunities to be created for our students.