Djaaliny – Community Learning Program

Coeducation is education for life. Naturally

All Saints’ College is delighted to present Djaaliny – our community learning program. Launched in 2014, Djaaliny aims to provide the College and wider community with access to a range of local, national and international guest speakers and presenters across a variety of current and thought-provoking topics.

Djaaliny (Noongar for “flame”) creates the spark that lights a fire of curiosity, that kindles supportive partnerships and, importantly, flames lifelong learning.

Bookings open for each event one month prior. Please check regularly for updates on new event announcements.  We invite our community to nominate people they would like to hear from – please click here to fill out a nomination form.


All Saints' College community extension programCommunity Extension Program 

Tuesdays: 6.00pm – 8.00pm during term time commencing on the 6 August 2019.

The Djaaliny Community Extension Program, designed for adult learning (ages 18+) in six-week blocks will run the following courses in Term 3:

  • Spanish Culture and Conversation

Tickets: $220.00 per person for the six-week course. To find out more click here


Monday, 2 September 2019: 7.00pm – 8.30pmPaul Dilon All Saints' College
Paul Dilion – Drug and Alcohol Research Training Australia 
Teenagers, Alcohol and Other Drugs (Parents of Years 10 -12)

Paul Dillon has been working in the area of drug education for the past 25 years. Through his own business, Drug and Alcohol Research and Training Australia (DARTA) he has been contracted by many agencies and organisations across the country to give regular updates on current drug trends within the community. He continues to work with many school communities across the country to ensure that they have access to good quality information and best practice drug education.

In recent years, he has worked extensively with a range of sporting organisations including the Australian Cricketers Association, the Rugby Union Players Association and the Football Federation of Australia to provide training workshops to elite athletes on a range of alcohol and other drug issues. In 2009 his best-selling book for parents was released titled ‘Teenagers, Alcohol and Drugs‘. With a broad knowledge of a range of content areas, Paul regularly provides media comment and is regarded as a key social commentator in Australia, appearing on a wide range of television programs including Sunrise, TODAY and The Project discussing topical issues.  Paul also had a regular spot on a national radio program on Triple J for seven years where he dealt with current youth drug issues. Paul also has a blog where he discusses topical issues of the day, as well as addressing some of the questions and queries he is regularly asked by those attending his presentations.