Caring For Students - Kuriwa AECG


Kuriwa AECG


Berkeley Vale Campus enjoys a strong partnership with the Kuriwa Aboriginal Education Consultative Group (AECG) which is fostered on the principles of reconciliation and respect. 




President: Kirsten Booker


Vice President: Erin Cole


Secretary: Cheree Collins



The AECG is an Aboriginal community organisation that works with schools and the community to better the outcomes for Aboriginal Education.  

If you would like to have a say in your child's education come along to our meetings.

If you want to learn more about what we do please contact us at


Our meetings are held once a term:


When: Monday Week 5 


TIme: 5pm


Where: Tuggerah Lakes Community Centre.  


Road entry into Bateau Bay Square. 1 Bay Village Road, Bateau Bay


Junior AECG 

Benefits of young people becoming junior AECG members:

  • It gives young people a chance to provide input and ideas on issues relating to Aboriginal education and local events at their school or town.
  • It helps young people develop important skills such as leadership skills, communication skills and public speaking skills
  • It gives young people a voice and a way to express their opinions and perspectives
  • It empowers young people in local communities to speak about youth topics and issues they face
  • It helps them to engage in education and their local community