On Tuesday we celebrated National Sorry Day, acknowledging and recognising members of the Stolen Generations. We talked about Australian history and why we say “sorry” each year (in child-friendly language). We also continued discussions about how special the language, traditions and culture of Jennine, Kyler and Nayte’s families are. The children then made a National Sorry Day flower to wear. The five-petal Native Hibiscus was adopted because it is found widely across Australia and it is a survivor. Its purple colour denotes compassion and spiritual healing. We also made some beautiful artwork. Have a look!