Reconciliation Journey

Our vision is a future where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, cultures and contributions are actively recognised and respected; where all Australians embrace Elders past, present and future for the wisdom and knowledge they hold and share. Each of our centres have a published Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) and are committed to take action as per the statements in the RAP.

Australian Aboriginal Men Demonstrating How To Make Fire — Early Learning Centre Mermaid Waters QLD

As the future generations of Australia are within our centres, we are committed to supporting and role modeling to them to build and form a sense of belonging and strong connections with local Elders, community, families and children. We acknowledge the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples knowledge and connection to the earth, land and community and strive to foster this within all philosophy. We acknowledge the contribution of local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, in particular to the education of young children, and recognise their continued relationship with the Country on which our early learning centre stands since long before our centre’s stories begun.

Each of our centres are currently updating their Reconciliation Action Plans. If you wish to discuss this with a particular centre, please do not hesitate to speak with their leadership team. 

Sanctuary RAP Snake Timeline — Early Learning Centre

Days/Weeks Of National Significance

13 February
National Apology Anniversary

15 March
National Close the Gap Day

15 March
Harmony Day

25 April

26 May
National Sorry Day

27 May – 03 June
National Reconciliation Week (NRW)

03 June
Mabo Day

01 July
Coming of the Light

08 – 15 July
National NAIDOC Week

04 August
National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day

09 August
International Day of the World’s Indigenous People

02 September
Indigenous Literacy Day

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