Classes are taught in both traditional language (Central Arrernte, Western Aranda, Luritja and Warlpiri) and English at the same time. Learning on country is an integral part of the curriculum and with weekly day long on country excursions with teachers and Elders.
The school produces its own big readers and classroom texts for each of the four languages and produces appropriate activity and work sheets in language for the students. The school shares many of its printed literature resources with schools in remote communities.
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