Cultural Inclusion is dedicated to Aboriginal and Tores Strait Islander inclusion through all facets of the early childhood sector.

Embed cultural practices into your educational program…

Cultural Inclusions provide top quality resources and partner with authentic Indigenous suppliers. Resources include authentic musical instruments, recipes, weaving, language, songs, games, mats, music and a wide range of materials that are unique to the Torres Straits and Aboriginal Australia.

By purchasing authentic and educational resources you will be on the path to embedding cultural practices into your educational program. These resources can support you with meeting the National Quality Standards and Early Years Learning Framework that focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural inclusion.

Cultural competence is much more than awareness of cultural differences. It is the ability to understand, respect, communicate with, and effectively interact with, people across cultures (Early Years Learning Framework p.16).


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NAIDOC Week starts today, and you can explore a collection of classic and new titles at We've pulled together a selection of our top picks along with some titles to catch on ABC, SBS and NITV. 🖤💛❤️ ... See MoreSee Less
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As we move into NAIDOC Week 2022 the Connecting the Dots through Culture Team would like YOU to challenge yourself to think about what it means for you to GET UP STAND UP SHOW UP? This week is not just about setting up activities in your rooms for our Future Old People it is about how you can move out of your comfort zone to GET UP STAND UP SHOW UP It is an opportunity to celebrate what you are already doing well and for you to take time to learn how you can embed and weave Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives into your everyday practice NOT just during NAIDOC WEEK.This week we want to see the beautiful work you are doing, we want you to post on our pages to showcase the work that you are doing with your staff, your Future Old People, your families- think about how you can include your families in your NAIDOC celebrations and don’t forget about your local community- think about how you are going to use your feet to step out into your community to include them..👣HAPPY NAIDOC WEEK EVERYONE 👣 P.S - Don’t FORGET about our Sea of Fish 🐠 Challenge 🐠🐠🐠🐠🐠#naidoc2022 #naidocweek #getup #standup #showup #challengeyourself #seaoffish #culture #everdaypractice ... See MoreSee Less
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The Connecting the Dots through Culture Team are so excited to announce that Cheryl Moggs will be joining us at our On Country St George Experience Early Learning Conference👣Cheryl is a Bigambul woman, an Artist, a photographer , a print maker and a very talented basket weaver. See Cheryl’s profile below to find out more about her.Why are we so excited 👣👣 Well on Saturday 24th of September, the Connecting the Dots through Culture Team will be sitting on the banks of the Balonne River, Weaving and Yarning about culture with this amazing woman👣 we cannot wait👣👣Don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity👣 Get more information and your tickets 🎫 here➡️ #oncountry #sharing #AboriginalPerspectives #joinus #DontMissOut #onceinalifetime #ComeWithYourTeam #weaving #yarning #connectingthedotsthroughculture #getyourticketsnow ... See MoreSee Less
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The Connecting the Dots through Culture and Cultural Inclusions teams have designed and developed the Sea of Fish Challenge during NAIDOC WEEK so that educators can see how easy it is to embed Torres Strait perspectives into their practice.Their Challenge to to Weave or Design or Create as many Fish as you can during NAIDOC WEEK to create your very own Sea of Fish to WIN a deadly prize.The Early Learning Centre or School that have the MOST fish will WIN a seat for 4 members of their team at the LIVE Reconciliation Masterclass starting on Wednesday 27th July at 7:00pm-8:30pm.To find out more, please go to: ... See MoreSee Less
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Timeline photos✨ 𝗧𝗼𝗱𝗮𝘆 𝘄𝗲 𝗰𝗲𝗹𝗲𝗯𝗿𝗮𝘁𝗲 𝗖𝗼𝗺𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗼𝗳 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝗟𝗶𝗴𝗵𝘁On this day in 1871, Reverend Samuel MacFarlane of the London Missionary Society (LMS), accompanied by South Sea Islander evangelists and teachers anchored at Kemus beach on Erub (Darnley Island) to convert people of the Torres Strait to Christianity.In defiance of tribal law Dabad, a Warrior Clan Elder on Erub welcomed the London Missionary Society's clergy and teachers.The Coming of the Light is celebrated by Torres Strait Islanders of all faiths in a festival like no other in Australia, where hymn singing, feasting and Ailan dance strengthen community and family ties. ... See MoreSee Less
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Torres Strait Islander “Traditional Experiences 1” A selection of traditional cooking, craft activities and songs
“During an ACECQA Assessor visit to my service they immediately asked to see our Torres Strait Islander Resources used in the centre. I went on to purchase a range of resources from Cultural Inclusions ensure this need was met”.
Andrea, Director Little Zebras Childcare Centre QLD
”Having the resources from Cultural Inclusions gave me more confidence to talk to the children about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Culture as I did not want to be seen as tokenistic”
LinkyWano, educator
“Cecelia came into our service and did a Torres Strait Islander demonstration with the children and staff. It was fantastic to see the children learning the language, songs and dance with her”.
Josh, Our Lady of the Assumption Vacation Care provider
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