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Promoting all children’s learning and success. Inclusive vision. All children experience learning that is engaging and builds success for life. National commitment. To improve outcomes for Indigenous children. What does this mean for your service?.

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Promoting all children s learning and success
Promoting all children’s learning and success


Inclusive vision

All children experience learning that is engaging and builds success for life


National commitment
National commitment

  • To improve outcomes for Indigenous children


What does this mean for your service
What does this mean for your service?

Actively valuing and engaging with the diverse cultures and heritages that children and their families bring to the learning community


What does this mean for your service1
What does this mean for your service?

Actively building understandings of children’s family and community contexts


What does this mean for your service2
What does this mean for your service?

  • Promoting all children’s learning about Australia’s first peoples …

  • their ways of knowing, being and learning, and …

  • their contributions to Australian society and culture.


What does this mean for your service3
What does this mean for your service?

  • diversity is viewed as a strength

  • high expectations are held for all children irrespective of diverse circumstances and abilities

  • equity and success for all children is promoted

  • the priorities held by family and community partners are reflected in the program.

Developing an inclusive approach, in which:


Focus questions
Focus questions

  • How do you work with families and community members to promote high expectations for all children?

  • What can you do to build connections between aspects of Indigenous Australian culture and children’s personal cultural heritages?


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