May 26 is National Sorry Day. This is a day to recognise and acknowledge the past trauma suffered by the Stolen Generations. We hope that by helping to recognise the wrongs of the past, we are moving forward towards a reconciled, just and equitable Australia.

May 26 is National Sorry Day. This is a day to recognise and acknowledge the past trauma suffered by the Stolen Generations. We hope that by helping to recognise the wrongs of the past, we are moving forward towards a reconciled, just and equitable Australia. (Feed generated with FetchRSS) Source: Yanchep SC

Congratulations to Chloe Hubbard in Year 11 who has recently completed her School Based Traineeship, a Certificate III in Hospitality within Chocolate Drops Tearooms. I received some fantastic feedback from her employer: "During such unusual times within the Hospitality Industry COVID-19 dilemma, Chloe has demonstrated such a committed mature approach to assist with the daily operation tasks on her shift allocations at the 'Tearooms' often taking on further responsibility than is normally required by a junior staff member and has become a real asset to the workforce team employed in the daily operational activities". Chloe has now secured one day a week employment at Chocolate Drops. Again, Congratulations Chloe!

Congratulations to Chloe Hubbard in Year 11 who has recently completed her School Based Traineeship, a Certificate III in Hospitality within Chocolate Drops Tearooms. I received some fantastic feedback from her employer: “During such unusual times within the Hospitality Industry COVID-19 dilemma, Chloe has demonstrated such a committed mature approach to assist with the daily