Our vision for reconciliation is to continue to develop our relationships with the Jagera and Turrbal peoples by providing a welcoming environment and building a school culture that respects the diversity of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their cultures and contributions.
As a learning community we commit to reconciliation as part of our everyday practice and respectfully embedding an understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives across all faculties and teachings.
Being a Catholic school, we will be a culturally safe and respectful community of teaching and learning for, about, and with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff members, families and members of the wider community.
We wish to have the Uluru Statement of the Heart as an invitation to journey with and hear the voices of our First Nations people in their story and struggle for Justice and recognition in their own land. We take the invitation to listen to voice, Truth telling, Makarrata and Treaty.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People in the Classroom
Cultural Competence for Staff
Celebrate National Reconciliation Week
Welcome to Country
Opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students and Children
Build Relationships with Community
Teach about Reconciliation
Explore Current Affairs and Issues
Acknowledgement of Country
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Flags
Take Action Against Racism
Physical Acknowledgement of Country
Celebrate Days of National Significance
Staff Engagement with RAP
Celebrate RAP Progress
Local Sites, Events and Excursions
Visibly Demonstrate Respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultures
RAP Budget Allocation
Elders and Traditional Owners Share Histories and Cultures
Create Stakeholder List
Cultural Competence for Students and Children