My Time, Our Place (School Age Care)

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

Teachers and educators should seek out opportunities to link their vision and plans for reconciliation to their daily planning and practice around the My Time, Our Place Framework. Establishing a strong relationship between the two will ensure reconciliation is meaningfully embedded in everyday learning environments.

The My Time, Our Place Framework (the Framework) has been designed for use by school age care educators working in partnership with children, their families and the community, including schools.

The Framework is linked to the Early Years Learning Framework and teaching about diversity, specifically Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ways of knowing and being, is an important aspect of the Framework. Appreciating how these teaching practices impact the hearts, minds and actions of early learners is also key. 

Teaching and learning about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ways of knowing and being will contribute to supporting the Framework’s five intended learning outcomes and ensure a minimum standard of quality is achieved across early learning environments.

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