Oxley College, NSW
The Disappearing, 2015
Oxley College is an independent, co-educational, non-denominational K – 12 day school founded in 1983 in Bowral. Oxley students have access to an intimate and caring school that is recognised as a school of choice for excellence in education from Kindergarten to Year 12. Academic learning is at the very heart of Oxley as a learning community, by encouraging students to be intellectually curious, strong and independent thinkers. The Oxley College staff are dedicated, capable and focused on achieving quality learning outcomes for each student.
Over two workshops in March, poets Lorna Munro and Kaveh Arya shared their poetic chops with students at Oxley College. With poetry writing activities inspired by The Disappearing learning resource, Lorna and Kaveh ignited new poetic possibilities for more than 300 students.
Discover their poems here.
You can read Lorna's latest poem for The Red Room Company here.
Kaveh Arya is a refugee from Iran who migrated with his family to Australia in 1995. A poet and activist known as The Unlikely Poet, Kaveh channels his personal experiences through his performance poetry. A professional kick-boxer, he owns a fitness academy in Rockdale, where he runs youth programs promoting healthy masculinity. He also facilitates anti-discrimination workshops at high schools and university.