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Reviving Our Fire Devastated Community

Ulladulla High School, NSW

The Djama-nj Project = We speak.

Can you help us rise from the bushfire ash?

We need your help:

Our school is located on the south coast of New South Wales, has over a thousand students and one hundred full and part-time teachers. The recent catastrophic bushfires have devastated our town and surrounding area with ten of our students and one teacher having lost their homes completely. Wildlife has been lost and our community is struggling to cope with the effects. Our school is determined to rise from the ash and create a sanctuary for the entire student population and their families that will be a hub for support in response to the crisis and for many years to come. Will you help us?

What we will do:

Our school has set a path to renewal and will build a positive and hopeful school environment from out of the ash. We will set hopeful, enthusiastic trajectories that will be established to coexist with the recognition of ongoing hurdles. It is very important to encompass both themes, the positive sense of survival while addressing and recognising difficulties. We will acknowledge the reality that there have been diverse experiences and that multiple feelings and responses exist, we will focus on building 'hope' and 'positive' themes to help our renewal and recovery. To help us achieve these goals we are calling for your support.

How your generous donation will help our students, teachers and wider school community:

  • Phase One: Provide students with targeted personal learning materials and supported goal setting for hope and renewal post fires.
  • Phase Two: Designated personnel to work alongside students, teachers and families to establish aspirational learning potential and entrepreneurial solutions to the renewal and recovery.  Establish clear actions for recovery and renewal where students engage in actions that are directed towards one's own and one's community recovery that will contribute to better psycho-social outcomes. The project will support and encourage initiatives within the school environment, particularly those that enhance learning and social development, assist problem solving and planning for the future and have positive outcomes for both the students and the community.
  • Phase Three: Establish a Sanctuary of Wellbeing and Renewal for the entire student population and their families. This will be the future of the ‘new’ normal in a changing world.  The sanctuary will provide a safe environment for positive initiatives, enhancing student and organisational contributions to positive recovery and resilience.

Of particular importance are the stories that may be written as people share their experiences. These narratives and other initiatives will become part of the history and achievements of the school community in the journey of recovery and renewal.

What your donation will mean to us:

The sanctuary will provide a safe environment for positive initiatives, enhancing student contributions to positive recovery and resilience. One of the key aspects is that the students represent ways of and contribute to making meaning of disaster and catastrophe and giving some structure for this.

Whether you donate a lot or a little, your contribution will have an impact on future of our students and our community. Thank you for supporting Ulladulla High School. 

Note: All donations, over $2, made to this project are tax-deductible.

Project Update:

Thank you to the following generous donors that have given offline donations to our school: 

  • Mikawa Senior High School Japan – Principal Akira Kondo, Staff and Students $1000
  • St Michael’s Grammar School – St Kilda – $1500
  • The Norwegian Seafarers Union - $1000

The Djama-nj Project = We speak.

Can you help us rise from the bushfire ash?

We need your help:

Our school is located on the south coast of New South Wales, has over a thousand students and one hundred full and part-time teachers. The recent catastrophic bushfires have devastated our town and surrounding area with ten of our students and one teacher having lost their homes completely. Wildlife has been lost and our community is struggling to cope with the effects. Our school is determined to rise from the ash and create a sanctuary for the entire student population and their families that will be a hub for support in response to the crisis and for many years to come. Will you help us?

What we will do:

Our school has set a path to renewal and will build a positive and hopeful school environment from out of the ash. We will set hopeful, enthusiastic trajectories that will be established to coexist with the recognition of ongoing hurdles. It is very important to encompass both themes, the positive sense of survival while addressing and recognising difficulties. We will acknowledge the reality that there have been diverse experiences and that multiple feelings and responses exist, we will focus on building 'hope' and 'positive' themes to help our renewal and recovery. To help us achieve these goals we are calling for your support.

How your generous donation will help our students, teachers and wider school community:

  • Phase One: Provide students with targeted personal learning materials and supported goal setting for hope and renewal post fires.
  • Phase Two: Designated personnel to work alongside students, teachers and families to establish aspirational learning potential and entrepreneurial solutions to the renewal and recovery.  Establish clear actions for recovery and renewal where students engage in actions that are directed towards one's own and one's community recovery that will contribute to better psycho-social outcomes. The project will support and encourage initiatives within the school environment, particularly those that enhance learning and social development, assist problem solving and planning for the future and have positive outcomes for both the students and the community.
  • Phase Three: Establish a Sanctuary of Wellbeing and Renewal for the entire student population and their families. This will be the future of the ‘new’ normal in a changing world.  The sanctuary will provide a safe environment for positive initiatives, enhancing student and organisational contributions to positive recovery and resilience.

Of particular importance are the stories that may be written as people share their experiences. These narratives and other initiatives will become part of the history and achievements of the school community in the journey of recovery and renewal.

What your donation will mean to us:

The sanctuary will provide a safe environment for positive initiatives, enhancing student contributions to positive recovery and resilience. One of the key aspects is that the students represent ways of and contribute to making meaning of disaster and catastrophe and giving some structure for this.

Whether you donate a lot or a little, your contribution will have an impact on future of our students and our community. Thank you for supporting Ulladulla High School. 

Note: All donations, over $2, made to this project are tax-deductible.

Project Update:

Thank you to the following generous donors that have given offline donations to our school: 

  • Mikawa Senior High School Japan – Principal Akira Kondo, Staff and Students $1000
  • St Michael’s Grammar School – St Kilda – $1500
  • The Norwegian Seafarers Union - $1000
Ulladulla High School

ULLADULLA,

www.ulladulla-h.schools.nsw.edu.au