Aboriginal Education Services
Aboriginal Education Services (AES) supports all child and family centres, schools, colleges and the Department of Education’s service areas to develop practices and environments that improve educational outcomes for Aboriginal students and enable all learners to deepen their knowledge of Aboriginal people in Tasmania.
Through engaging with the world’s oldest continuous living culture, learners will understand that contemporary Tasmanian Aboriginal people are strong and resilient, with a rich and dynamic culture.
Who this service is for
Parents, carers and anyone wishing to support aboriginal education.
How this service is delivered
Our office is in Lindisfarne but we provide support across the state.
Call or visit us online
Call us or see our website for more information
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