Reconciliation Week at Auburn

Auburn Children’s Family Centre

Reconciliation Week serves as a reminder for us all to continue to strengthen our relationship with our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. It is not only important for our staff but also crucial for our young children to understand the history, and our roles in creating a respectful relationship with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Last week we have joined our Auburn Early Childhood Educators to celebrate Reconciliation Week with our children. We shared dreamtime stories, created art works, and danced together while listening to didgeridoo music.


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