Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 4 Hansard (12 April) . .
A community Discussion Paper for Boomanulla Oval was distributed by the IAG in June 2015, including a Boomanulla Oval survey which was open for submissions between 5 June 2015 and 3 July 2015. While targeted at the Indigenous community the survey was open for anyone to respond. This survey was to gain a better understanding of what Boomanulla Oval meant to the Indigenous community and to seek community input towards creating a viable vision for the facility moving forward. This was done online (with paper copies provided to Indigenous service providers such as Winnunga and Gugan Gulwan). There were a total 150 responses to the survey. The survey findings helped to shape the initial REOI and the current RFT.
(b) Local residents
Local residents have received updates through presentations to the Old Narrabundah Community Council, attended by ACT Government representatives and representatives from Winnunga. Local residents, including the Old Narrabundah Community Council were also among key stakeholders consulted in 2017 during the process of developing a Strategic Plan for Boomanulla Oval.
(c) Sporting community
The Canberra Cavalry and local Indigenous sporting teams were among key stakeholders consulted in 2017 during the process of developing a Strategic Plan for Boomanulla Oval.
Education—cultural integrity program
(Question No 1064)
Mr Milligan asked the Minister for Education and Early Childhood Development, upon notice, on 23 March 2018:
(1) What is the total cost of the cultural integrity program including staff time spent developing resources, implementing and evaluating the program.
(2) Which schools are involved in the cultural integrity program.
(3) How many students will participate in each of the schools.
(4) Are there any gender or age specific resources.
(5) How many contact hours per week will be required by students who participate in the cultural integrity program.
(6) Have any success measures for the cultural integrity program been developed; if so, what are they and how are they linked with the self-assessment tool.
(7) Have these success measures been cross referenced with NAPLAN.
(8) Was there any consultation with the indigenous community and service providers in the development of this program; if so, who with and when this consultation occurred.
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