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

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National NAIDOC Youth of the Year spreads message of positivity http://www.indigenous.gov.au/news-and-media/stories/national-naidoc-youth-year-spreads-message-positivity

Written by Thelma@culturalinclusions.com.au on August 3rd, 2015


Children’s Day   no comments

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This year’s Children’s Day is all about helping our kids stand tall and feel connected and proud in culture. The theme for 2015 is: Little People, Big Futures. CELEBRATE WITH US ON AUGUST 4, 2015 Visit Us: http://aboriginalchildrensday.com.au/

Written by Thelma@culturalinclusions.com.au on July 31st, 2015


Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day August 4th   no comments

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National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day August 4th. the largest national day to celebrate our children. http://aboriginalchildrensday.com.au/

Written by Thelma@culturalinclusions.com.au on July 30th, 2015


Coming of the Light Festival, Torres Straight   no comments

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Torres Strait Islander man, performs as part of the Purple Spider Island dancers. They share their stories and passion through their performances at the Coming of the Light Festival, Darnley Island. See more at: http://bit.ly/1g6yCx9#sthash.DciRhtCh.dpuf

Written by Thelma@culturalinclusions.com.au on July 29th, 2015


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This little boy is one of the Purple Spider Island dancers, who share their stories and passion through their performances at the Coming of the Light Festival, which happens each July in the Torres Strait. See more: http://bit.ly/1g6yCx9

Written by Thelma@culturalinclusions.com.au on July 27th, 2015


Learn an Aboriginal language on your smartphone today: here’s how!   no comments

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The technology used in the new talking book from a University of Queensland researcher is an important tool to help preserve Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages for generations to come. Visit Us: http://www.snaicc.org.au/policy/dsp-default.cfm?loadref=275

Written by Thelma@culturalinclusions.com.au on July 24th, 2015


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National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day Visit: http://aboriginalchildrensday.com.au/

Written by Thelma@culturalinclusions.com.au on July 21st, 2015


Successful exhibition stall at ACA conference.   no comments

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  Pack 1. Palm fronds weaving with samples to make 20 woven fish. Pack 2. Making Kulap shakers with Athe (grandfather) with handmade musical instrument Pack 3. Songs from Warraber Island with finger puppets, music sheets & translations book.   … Continue reading

Written by Thelma@culturalinclusions.com.au on July 20th, 2015


21 myths you might believe about Aboriginal Australia   no comments

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Are you believing some myths about Aboriginal people? Check this list to learn if they are true!

Written by Thelma@culturalinclusions.com.au on July 16th, 2015


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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