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All our social circus programmes are widely accessible and inclusive, allowing participants to realise their potential in accordance with their own abilities.
At CircusWA we don’t just teach circus techniques, we impart the unique values of circus. These values guide and motivate the attitudes, behaviour and decision-making of members and artists, staff and volunteers alike.
We know that a sense of belonging is a key predictor of well-being, engagement, and academic success. Students who feel connected to community, place, and purpose are more likely to thrive. Our programs foster a sense of belonging and community in the heart of Fremantle.
CircusWA acknowledges the Whadjuk people of the Noongar Nation are the spiritual and cultural birdiyangara (custodians) of the land upon which we train, create and perform.
Fremantle is Walyalup, sited on the banks of the Derbal Yerrigan. We recognise this land was never ceded and acknowledge our first people’s continuing connection to boodja (land), kayep (waters) and Noongar culture.
We pay respect to our Elders past and present.