Mudyala Programs & Projects
Our Current Programs
Community Preschool Engagement Program
Through our Community Preschool Engagement Program, we work with families to identify and address any issues that inhibit their children’s attendance at preschool. We educate parents and carers about the importance of early childhood education and provide them relevant information. We support both children and parents during the transition to preschool, from child safety to helping them get enrolled at the right age for each child.
To get support with your child aged 0-5years click here
Aboriginal Children & Youth Program
Mudyala’s Aboriginal Children and Youth Program seeks to foster better early childhood development by facilitating connections between families, communities and schools. Through primary development programs, we support the successful entrance of students into secondary school with improved attendance rates and higher levels of educational success.
For agency and education referrals click here
For family and self-referrals for support click here
Lower Clarence Play N Yarn
Mudyala and Gummyaney have teamed up with LIVABLE and Clarence Valley Council to facilitate Play N Yarn groups in Maclean and Yamba. Parents and carers will join their children for games, crafts, puzzles, activities – all while making new friends and enjoying Morning tea together.
To enroll into our Play N Yarn program click here
Rising Warrior Youth Football Program
The Rising Warriors program is run by the Mudyala Aboriginal Corporation with the support of the South Sydney Rabbitohs. It helps young boys stay physically and mentally healthy and fulfilled by using Rugby League to connect with them. This new program is designed to be flexible so that it can help our youth heal in their own way.
Yaegl Elders Aboriginal Corporation
Mudyala is excited to support the restablishment of the Yaegl Elders Aboriginal Corporation. Elders are welcome to join us for small gatherings across the Clarence Valley, with the aim of supporting community connectedness and reducing social isolation. Our Elders Gatherings include yarn up sessions, storytelling, dancing and exercise, with more activities to be planned.
Mudyala Aboriginal Corporation will collaborate with you to design a special project aimed at achieving your learning, cultural or community outcomes. We work within your allocated budget to create a range of engaging activities appropriate to the participants ages and group size. Contact us to start planning your project.
Join one of our programs today!
We’d love to have you join one of our group programs or organise a special project for your school or organisation.