Our culturally safe, trauma informed case-management framework integrates into all social contexts including our schools, homes and workplaces.
About Djarragun College
Djarragun College shares the Cape York Partnership vision for children to achieve their full potential, talent and creativity and have the confidence and capacity for hard work so they can orbit between two worlds and enjoy the best of both.
We aim to develop a holistic knowledge about each of our student’s academic ability and physical health and wellbeing to be able to fully support each of them onto a successful future life pathway.
We recognise the traditional owners of Cape York and the Torres Strait Islands and pay our respects to our elders, past and present.
Did you know?
In the Western Cape York language of Wik Mungkan, Ngak Min means ‘healthy water’, a universal symbol for wellbeing, an element that brings us life, quenches, cleanses and heals. It embodies Ngak Min’s holistic approach to health and wellbeing.