Why Deadly Ed?

Originating from teaching backgrounds, we’ve witnessed first-hand a growing struggle for schools and organisations to deliver authentic Aboriginal Education for their students, staff and wider community members.

Our mission is to ensure anyone, in any location, can get access to quality and authentic Aboriginal Education.

With our team of experienced staff located across the NSW coast, we provide high-quality programs, experiences, resources and advice for all ages and sectors

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Meet our Co-Founders

  • Kane Wright (Darug)

    Kane is a proud Darug man born and raised in Western Sydney, NSW. He values his community and amalgamates his experiences in education, mentoring, leadership, art & teaching at Deadly Ed.

    Kane is a product of the Badanami Centre of Excellence, having completed both his Bachelor of Science & Masters of Teaching degrees at Western Sydney University, empowering him to starting his educational journey on both Dharug and Dharawal country.

    Throughout his journey, Kane has been an educator and community engagement worker across Australia in his roles within NSW Department of Education, NDIS and most recent at TAFE NSW.

    “Education is key to our future as Indigenous peoples. Our connection to various elements of culture allows us to create a culturally rich learning experience and deep connection to country and kinships”

  • Josh Brown (Worimi)

    Josh is a proud Worimi man from the Forster-Tuncurry region on the mid-north coast of NSW. He combines his experiences and passions in education, business, native plants & teaching at Deadly Ed.

    Josh completed his teaching and health degrees at Newcastle University & The Wollotuka Institute, starting his initital teaching career across the Newcastle & Lake Macquarie regions

    Josh has been involved in all levels of Education across Australia. His roles within NSW Dept of Education, Macquarie University, Botanic Gardens Sydney & NSW Dept of Planning & Environment have provided a unique insight to the challenges and best practices of integrating culture throughout learning.

    “Creating pathways of success for our next generation of Aboriginal kids, where they feel supported to succeed in whatever they believe in, is my greatest passion – quality education will achieve this”