Find out how to create a more inclusive education and care service.
Are you ready to strengthen inclusive practice across your entire service? Check off all of the examples below that already apply
How can we meaningfully include children with disabilities in early and middle childhood programs? In this moving video, educators describe what they do
Print and display this free poster at your early childhood or OSHC service to promote children’s sense of belonging and to encourage safe spaces.
Use this space to acknowledge the special times of year for your community! Don't forget to add ideas from your educators, children and families
The Australian Children's Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA) have developed a reflective activity for educators to assess their service's quest
Written by Miriam Giungi, Exploring Multiculturalism, Anti Bias and Social Justice in Children's Services aims to offer an introduction to ideas
Written by Dr Red Ruby Scarlet, on behalf of Early Childhood Australia, Finding identity on their terms explores children searching for labels
Emerging Minds, the National Workforce Centre for Child Mental Health, have created a guide for educators to support trans and gender diverse
Rainbow Families are a voice for LGBTQIA+ parents and their children. Their mission is to support, celebrate, empower and advocate for Rainbow Families
Designed to support schools and education and care services to develop environments that foster a high level of knowledge and pride in Aboriginal and
A sense of belonging is the foundation for children’s wellbeing and learning. Our very own Early Years Learning Framework reaffirms this in its title –
Download this free poster from Let Toys be Toys with 20 simple strategies for raising children without gender stereotypes. Download poster