Embrace Magazine # 13 – Digital edition

Dive deep into this edition of Embrace Magazine to discover how to talk to children about two of the most important issues right now, Treaty and the Voice. And if you know any children or adults struggling with big emotions, we share an empowering story of a long day care service that helped the children in their service develop agency. Plus, engage in a little reflective practice on how to cater for diverse age groups and needs in OSHC programs. Bonus: Measure your service against our Inclusive practice checklist, how many can you tick?

Acknowledgement of Country

Learn how best to incorporate Acknowledgement of Country into your service practices. Reconciliation Australia explores appropriate acknowledgements, the difference between Acknowledgement of Country and Welcome to Country and why it's important to recognise traditional custodians. 

Introduction to EYLF

The Secretariat of National Aboriginal and Islander Child Care (SNAICC) have created a series of fact sheets to empower educators to promote and celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture whilst implementing the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF). 

Deadly Story

Deadly Story is a place for Aboriginal culture, Country and community. Learn about First Nations people and discover resources you can use to support learning in your service. 

Narragunnawali

Designed to support schools and education and care services to develop environments that foster a high level of knowledge and pride in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and contributions, Narragunnawali is a must-know resource for all educators!