How can Narragunnawali help my school or early learning service to foster enhanced respect and reconciliation?
Participating schools and early learning services will be supported through:
- resources, linked to the Early Years Learning Framework and the Australian Curriuclum, to assist teachers in better understanding and respecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, culutres and contributions
- online professional learning for teachers and educators to support successful implementation of reconcilliation actions in schools and early learning services
- a RAP development tool that provides schools and early learning services with a whole school framework to implement positive and meaningful reconciliation action.
What is a Reconciliation Action Plan?
A RAP is a formal statement of commitment to reconciliation. RAPs provides a framework to plan reconciliation activities in the classroom, around the school or early learning service and with the community.
For more information about what is involved in developing a RAP see the RAP page on the Reconciliation Australia website.
How can Narragunnawali assist me in developing a Reconcilation Action Plan?
An online RAP Developer has been developed to guide schools and early learning service through the process of developing a RAP.
Where can I find out more?
For further information about how your school or early learning service can get involved see the Reconciliation Australia website.