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Indigenous students settle into Melbourne school

When the Melbourne Indigenous Transitional School (MITS) opened its doors in February, Founder and Director Edward Tudor didn’t want to make any noise about it until he had settled in all of his students.


Five months later, the 22 Year 7 students from remote regions of Australia welcomed supporters of the school to an official opening event, and the secret was out.


Given the school’s partnership with the Richmond Football Club, it seemed fitting that the ensuing blaze of publicity centred upon the AFL’s Indigenous Round.


The students certainly enjoyed being the centre of attention, and you can watch the Herald Sun’s Aaron Langmaid’s interviews with the teens here:

– It’s sure to make you smile.


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