Academy wraps after successful 2022

The Tjindu Aboriginal AFL Academy has concluded for 2022 with a series of events and a gala awards night at the Adelaide Convention Centre (Kaurna Country). In closing the Academy for 2022, students finalised their submissions for the Stage 1 and 2 Aboriginal Studies units required for their South Australian Certificate of Education and participated […]

A strong finish for Tjindu STRONG in 2022

The first full year of the Tjindu STRONG program has been a success, with hundreds of children in remote communities participating in the Tjindu Foundation’s early and middle-years education program this year. Equipped with a new curriculum booklet developed in consultation with industry experts, the Tjindu STRONG team travelled over 7,200 kilometres to the APY […]

Community celebrates the return of Nunga U17 Next Generation Carnival

Action from the Nunga U17 Next generation Carnival.

The Nunga U17 Next Generation Football Carnival has seen Koonibba and Port Augusta win the boys’ and girls’ grand finals respectively to culminate a successful return to the carnival after a two year absence due to COVID-19. The Roosters ran through the boys’ competition undefeated, claiming victory over the All Stars – a squad consisting […]

Tjindu STRONG returns to APY Lands

The Tjindu STRONG program has returned to the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara communities (the APY Lands) in Term 3, with the Tjindu Foundation’s program officers supporting the delivery of a number of other programs in these remote areas.  Rigby Barnes, Wade Thompson and Serena Waters travelled to the APY Lands to deliver the Tjindu STRONG program […]

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