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Incorporating relevant, culturally-based experiences and celebrations in children’s programs present many different learning opportunities, including
  • Fostering a sense of belonging and inclusion for every child, family, team and community member
  • Increasing children’s understandings of and respect for, diversity and differences
  • Raising children’s self-awareness and confidence
  • Providing for children’s holistic development, mind, body & spirit
  • Supporting a positive cultural identity for every child and family
Culture is what people have developed together, what they share and how they live together. Culture is the ideas, values, rules, norms, codes and symbols a human being takes over from the previous generation, and which one tries to bring further, sometimes with changes and then passed on  to the next generation, somewhat like something that is cultivated and grows.
The Joondoburri People of the Gubbi Gubbi Nation are the first people who lived on and cared for this amazing space where we all are privileged to learn, work and play.
Please click on this link to read more about the Action Research Bribie Kindy alongside Uncle Ron, Warwick Outram, our children and families conducted during 2015 and 2016 which resulted in the introduction of our Bush and Beach Kindy and our Family Bush and Beach Walks.
Please click here to read a wonderful poem - OUR COUNTRY, OUR PLACE BY April Cunningham

Embedding Culture

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