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Students, staff and parents of the School of Total Education in Warwick marked National Reconciliation Week 2017 with music and dance on Tuesday morning of this week.
Student Xsanthia-Rose Frith sang Roger Knox’s ‘Streets of Tamworth’ and Roger himself performed a couple of his other songs to a delighted audience, following a song and a dance performance by SOTE’s teacher aide for Aboriginal Studies, Sharman Parsons.

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