NAIDOC Shirt Competition Winner – Kylie Champion

NAIDOC Shirt Competition Winner – Kylie Champion

4 July 2022

MADALAH proudly supports NAIDOC Week and the 2022 theme, Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up! Here at MADALAH we empower our students to be active members in our communities, having the voice and skills to make the change for future generations! Each year we hold a NAIDOC Shirt Competition to provide our scholars with the opportunity to create our next NAIDOC Shirt and share their artwork proudly!

Congratulations to our 2022 NAIDOC Shirt Competition winner Kylie Champion, a year 11 student from Iona Presentation College! We attended Iona to announce the winner and present Kylie with her t-shirt. All of the MADALAH girls were very excited for Kylie!

Design meaning: “It is about how my tribe came to be the Kallamia Gubrin tribe and how it was two tribes that came together to form one.” This meaning resonated with the team at MADALAH as our students come from all over WA and we bring them together to create one big family, all traveling the same path.

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MADALAH recognises and values the continuity of cultural, educational and spiritual practices of First Peoples.

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