Campbelltown Public School is committed to fostering a culturally safe school environment for all students, staff and community members. We will uplift and empower a sense of pride and belonging in our First Nations students and all students. Our vision for reconciliation is based on a shared understanding that the Land we work, live, play and learn on has always been and will always be Aboriginal Land.
We acknowledge the Dharawal people as the Traditional Custodians of the Land on which our school is situated. We recognise their unique Lore, traditions and stewardship of Country and strive to respectfully grow together, as we keep on with the past, and walk together towards the future.
We aim to respectfully embed a learning culture that empowers students understanding of true histories, cultural perspectives, and that celebrates the achievements of First Nations peoples. Through the education of students, staff and all members of our school community, we aim to move beyond cultural awareness to authentically enhance cultural competency. We aim to review and adapt our practices so that First Nations histories, cultures and beliefs are actioned and embedded within the school.
At Campbelltown Public School, we fundamentally believe that reconciliation is the responsibility of everyone.
Acknowledgement of Country
Teach about Reconciliation
Welcome to Country
Build Relationships with Community
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People in the Classroom
Cultural Competence for Staff
Celebrate National Reconciliation Week
Explore Current Affairs and Issues
Take Action Against Racism
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Flags
Celebrate RAP Progress
Staff Engagement with RAP
Opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students and Children