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). 


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! 

How your local Inclusion Professional can support your service

Your children’s service needs support ensuring all children can actively and meaningfully participate in your program. You’ve been told you could contact your local IP – but what do IPs actually do? IPs can help services understand barriers to inclusion and work towards building educators’ capacity to plan and implement inclusive practices. Let us take you through the vital role of an IP.

No funding? No problem

What happens when a child breaks their neck, but the service isn’t eligible for Inclusion Development Funding? We spoke to early childhood/kindergarten teacher Vicky Smith from Fox Kids Early Learning Centre about what happened next when their service was faced with an unexpected hurdle.