As a school we acknowledge and value the rich culture and contributions of Australia’s First People.
PLC Sydney has a proud history of offering education opportunities for Indigenous students that spans over 50 years. Our first Indigenous student, Ann Flood boarded at PLC Sydney in 1964.
Our Indigenous students are well supported and have a dedicated staff member who looks after their well-being and coordinates communication between the girls and their families, funding organisations as appropriate, and the school.
Partnering with the Australian Indigenous Education Foundation (AIEF) we offer a number of Boarding Scholarships to Indigenous students and day students entering Year 7 can also apply for a full tuition fee scholarship through our Coradine Scholarship.
The College has a Reconciliation Action Plan that applies to education at PLC Sydney. We are all committed to becoming more culturally competent. We are proudly of our Indigenous students and welcome their contribution to the College.
We acknowledge the Wangal people of the Eora nation, the traditional custodians of the land on which PLC Sydney stands.
We pay respect to the Elders past, present and emerging and extend that respect to other First Nations people within the PLC Sydney College community.