Inidgenous mentoring scheme supported by IGS students

IGS Drama students presented AIME (the Indigenous Mentoring Experience) with a cheque for more than $200 recently.

Drama Teacher Ned said he was very proud of the Cast and Crew of the Year 10 productions of Children of the Black Skirt and The Popular Mechanicals, who presented the Co-CEO of AIME Mentoring, Sherice Jackson, with a donation.

“More than $200 was raised from gold coin donations collected at the two performances in the Hall. The money will be used to help AIME Mentoring transition Indigenous students to positive post-school pathways.”