Blacktown Boys High School and Bundarra Central School conducted a rural / urban exchange aimed at developing students’ understanding of cultural diversity and rural life.
Learning activities included in this cultural exchange program included school visits, art and music workshops, local culture and history, arts and crafts and email exchanges.
Blacktown Boys High School is located in Sydney’s western suburbs. About half of its students are from language backgrounds other than English including Samoan, Fijian and Egyptian. About 5% of students are from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds.
Bundarra Central School is located in north western NSW. The majority of its students are from English speaking backgrounds. About 2% of students are from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds.