Teach about Reconciliation

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Provide your school or early learning service community with opportunities to learn more about reconciliation in Australia. Having an understanding of the concept, history and progress of reconciliation is an important part of continuing the reconciliation journey. This understanding also helps to strengthen engagement with your school or early learning service’s RAP by positioning it within the broader story of reconciliation in Australia.

Reconciliation is about strengthening relationships between the wider Australian community and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples for the benefit of all Australians. 

Teaching and learning about the concept, history and progress of reconciliation can help students, children and staff continue the reconciliation journey. It can also help your school or early learning service's RAP fit into the broader movement of reconciliation in Australia. 

While National Reconciliation Week is a great time to teach about reconciliation, you should make reconciliation part of teaching and learning programs throughout the whole year. 

Reconciliation is also an important topic for professional learning, aligning with:

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