As a community, it is important for us to show love and support to one another and value cultural diversity. National Reconciliation Week is a wonderful opportunity for us to do just that and learn more about Indigenous culture and its ongoing impact. Between May 27 – June 3, let’s make a conscious effort to learn about, and acknowledge, the traditional custodians of the land.
We recognise that reconciliation is more than just a word – it is an action. Here are some easy ways to teach little people to have a greater understanding of the role that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples play in our community, and the history of the first people of this nation.