The girls academy program works within the school system to drive community-led solutions aimed at reducing the barriers that prevent Indigenous girls from completing their education and reaching their full potential. The Girls Academy equips Indigenous girls with the tools required to engage in their education, achieve their goals and change their communities. The Esperance Girls Academy was established in term 2, 2017 and we have signed up 36 girls as members. All Indigenous girls are welcome from years 7 to 12. We welcome any parent inquires or feel free to come in and have a visit with us.
We are delighted to have Anna Bonney as the full-time Program Manager and Michelle de Lacy as a Development Officer to support delivery of the program.
2019 Kirby Bentley Cup
On Saturday the 23rd of March, 8 Esperance Girls Academy students from years 8 and 9 joined with Wongatha Caps students and entered a Goldfields Team in the 2019 Kirby Bentley Cup Football Carnival at David Grays Arena in Mandurah. Tahlia Lewis, Zaleema Bourne, Shianne Bullen, Aeishah Muir, Mikia Sim, Quawsian Thompson and Mikayla Lawrence represented Esperance Girls Academy. The girls played fiercely and showed off their amazing football skills. Our Goldfields team made it to the semi-finals and finished fourth in their division. Well done girls fantastic effort!