Rite of Passage

Rite of passage is a celebration of the passage which occurs when an individual leaves one group to enter another. It involves a significant change of status in society. In cultural anthropology the term is the Anglicisation of rite de passage.

Cultural: Initiation rites are seen as fundamental to human growth and development as well as socialization in many African communities. These rites function by ritually marking the transition of someone to full group membership. It also links individuals to the community and the community to the broader and more potent spiritual world. Initiation rites are "a natural and necessary part of a community, just as arms and legs are natural and necessary extension of the human body".

Rite of Passage available these school holidays June/July 2016.

"students and parents go bush cattle droving these school holidays to help farmers in drought."

Let's get off the communicate grid to get real and authentic with those we love most.

Tell everyone these school holidays your partner and child have.....

“gone droving, and we don't know where he are.” (Banjo Patterson, Clancy of the overflow)


Old School; old fashioned values reinstated in the family unit to give our young leaders the best chance for loving relationships with themselves, their family and the wider community into which they are rapidly growing.

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