Celebrate RAP Progress

1092 schools and early learning services have added this Action to their RAP.

Be loud and proud about how your school or early learning service and community have grown through the process of developing and implementing your RAP. Celebrating the progress of your RAP requires reflection on how far you’ve come and can generate new ideas about developing and sustaining your RAP into the future.

Reflecting on the progress made in the growth of knowledge and pride in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and contributions through your RAP is essential and should be celebrated. This reflection and celebration can also help to generate new ideas about developing and sustaining your RAP into the future. In light of the important role played by your community in the development and implementation of the RAP, it is a good idea to make this progress public.

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