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How to check in with mob this R U OK? Day

If someone you know – family, friend, teammate or community member – is struggling, they may not tell you, so it’s important to trust your gut and ask, “R U OK?”. This R U OK? Day we want to equip you with some tips so you can effectively yarn with someone you’re worried about. Ask […]

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What to expect in a women’s health check

Women’s health checks are an assessment of your overall health including your physical, mental and social wellbeing. During your session, your Registered Nurse, GP or Aboriginal Health Worker will screen for early warning signs of chronic diseases and yarn with you about a range of health and wellbeing topics that affect Aboriginal and Torres Strait […]

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Deadly Kindy Burragah celebrates Indigenous Literacy Day

Our Deadly Kindy Burragah jarjums celebrated Indigenous Literacy Day and Early Childhood Educators’ Day by launching their very own book. ​​​​​​​Nyungai Ngullina Nyumbajaburuyah Buuragah, Our Day at Burragah Kindy is written and illustrated by the Deadly Kindy Burragah class of 2020.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ From morning circle time, outdoor play, making healthy food and getting creative, their kindy […]

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Brushing and Flossing Tips

Brushing and flossing are an important part of the oral hygiene routine so it’s important to make sure you’re getting the most out of your technique. For Dental Health Week we want to share some tips to make sure you keep your deadly smile for life: Replace your toothbrush regularly Build a routine Don’t forget […]

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Jarjums voice why deadly kindys matter

As we wrap up Early Learning Matters Week it’s only fitting to hear from our jarjums and why they love our Deadly Kindy. Check out what our Deadly Kindy Waterford West jarjums had to say. If you’d like to enrol your 3 or 4 year old jarjum in kindy phone 3239 5381 or visit our […]

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Preparing our jarjums for Prep

Say hello to Karina…She’s a proud First Nations and South Sea Islander woman who grew up in Woodridge and still lives in the area. Both her children attended Deadly Kindy Burragah and her youngest, Khloe, is in prep this year and thriving thanks to her time at Burragah. Read about her experience and why the early […]

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Early Learning Matters Week

Today marks the start of Early Learning Matters Week, a national initiative which raises awareness of the role of early childhood education in children’s development and wellbeing. This week is a unique opportunity to celebrate the impact of culturally sensitive high quality early education for Indigenous children, as well as raise awareness of the impact […]

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Woolloongabba client shares type 2 diabetes experience

Aunty Lesley is a proud Aboriginal woman, regular Gabba clinic client and one of the 7.9% of Indigenous Australians living with diabetes. Diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, Aunty Lesley has spent the past decade managing her condition and trying not to let it stop her from living her life to the fullest. For National Diabetes […]