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

Australian Childcare Alliance Conference 17-19th July in Brisbane.   no comments

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Come & see our new Resource Packs starting at $7.00 to start embedding Torres Strait Islander practices in your Service.

Written by on July 16th, 2015

Supporting Carers to Care for our Children   no comments

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This information is provided to support and empower you in your role as a carer for an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander child. SNAICC’s full ‘Supporting Carers’ website can be accessed here. The content on this page is newly developed … Continue reading

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All members of the Navy, Army and Air Force take great pride in protecting our beloved country. We also honour the land of those who came before us. We stand on sacred ground. Learn, Respect, Celebrate. #NAIDOC2015

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We are a national non government peak body in Australia representing the interests of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families.

Written by on July 9th, 2015

What does it mean to be culturally competent?   no comments

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  Rhonda Livingstone, ACECQA’s National Education Leader, writes about cultural competence.  Cultural competence is about our will and actions to build understanding between people, to be respectful and open to different cultural perspectives, strengthen cultural security and work towards equality … Continue reading

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The great outdoors and the role of play in sustainability   no comments

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As the need for sustainability becomes more apparent, so does the importance of including education about sustainability in our programs for children. When children participate in environmentally sustainable learning through play they gain knowledge, skills and attitudes which help them … Continue reading

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Be part of Reconciliation   no comments

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In the lead up to NAIDOC Week (5 – 12 July 2015), National Education Leader Rhonda Livingstone discusses our shared responsibility to contribute to National Reconciliation. As educators we have the potential to make a significant difference in National Reconciliation … Continue reading

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NAIDOC Week July 5-12   1 comment

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We all Stand on Sacred Ground: Learn, Respect and Celebrate Celebrating NAIDOC Week is a very important time of the year, it is a chance to take time to learn more about the values and belief structures of our Indigenous … Continue reading

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Coming of the Light – Torres Strait Islands   no comments

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The Coming of the Light is a holiday celebrated by Torres Strait Islanders on 1 July each year. It recognises the adoption of Christianity through island communities during the late nineteenth century. Origins The London Missionary Society set out to … Continue reading

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Diversity Grants to assist services to provide inclusive and culturally rich programs   no comments

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Click on the link to check out the A to Z of Early Childhood Edition 60 Newsletter which highlights the Supporting Diversity Grants. These grants are open to Early Childhood Services, Kindergartens and Family Day Care providers to support Inclusion … Continue reading

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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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