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Transitioning refugees to an Australian school? It takes villages

Jericho, Jordan, Nazareth, Bethany and Emmaus aren’t just Biblical places. To Good Samaritan Primary School, they are ways of ensuring no child gets lost in their system. By splitting the school into these namesake ‘villages’, the needs of 700 children – most of whom are from Iraqi refugee backgrounds – are accounted for.

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