Dubbo West Public School has continued the tradition of hosting its annual NAIDOC Week celebrations.
The NAIDOC celebrations run across three days, from September 23 to 25, kicking off with activities for their primary students on Monday followed by infants celebrations on Tuesday and a day for the community to join in on on Wednesday.
Community members dedicated their time and services to the school to help present an authentic learning of the various Indigenous cultures of Australia, incorporating arts, foods, languages and traditions taught to the students by members of the nations.
Deputy Principal Lea Harris said the celebrations were important to the school due to the desire and need to keep the culture alive and present.
"I'm proud of the cultures and I think it's important for us to keep the culture alive and pass it on as authentically as we can or else it could be lost forever," Mrs Harris said.
"I'm proud to see our students and members of our communities embracing the celebrations."