Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in years 3 and above have fun exploring health, medicine and related sciences through Heartbeat events at Western Sydney University.
Teachers and Aboriginal Education Officers from participating schools in South-Western and Western Sydney schools can enrol students in this fun, health-outcomes program for students in years 3 and above.
Attend a Heartbeat event along with your child and see what students learn about health, medicine and related sciences. You'll also meet up with other parents, carers, guardians and elders.
Heartbeat: keeping pace - 2 June 2017
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in Years 3 and 4 from some participating schools will be invited to our next event, Heartbeat: keeping pace. The event will take place at Western Sydney University's Campbelltown Campus.
Lightning Runners - The game
We made an action-packed game to keep the Heartbeat learning experience going on your computer, your tablet or your phone. Learn how Aboriginal traditions and Western medicine can work together by solving puzzles and staying alive!
Western Sydney University Acknowledges the Traditional Owners of Greater Western Sydney
As a matter of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural protocol and out of recognition that its campuses occupy their traditional lands, Western Sydney University acknowledges the Darug, Gandangarra, Tharawal and Wiradjuri peoples and thanks them for their support in Greater Western Sydney.
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