Sydney school distressed students by telling them their parents weren’t looking after them properly and they were being removed from their care

The peak body representing members of the stolen generations has recommended against “experiential learning” as a way to teach the history of forced removal of Indigenous children in Australia, after a Sydney primary school scared children to tears by pretending they were being taken away from their parents.

St Justin’s Catholic primary school in Oran Park was heavily criticised by parents after it told students in year 4 that their parents weren’t looking after them properly and they were being removed from their care.

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