Woodridge State School


At Woodridge State School we continue to build a school culture where there is a sense of belonging and respect for cultural identities.  As a large multicultural school we understand the value of unity in building strong communities. We will continue to embed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives through all Learning Areas and promote the importance of learning about Australia’s true history and how it affected First Nations Peoples.

We adopt pedagogical practices that enable all students, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, to embrace their cultural identity, unique strengths, their connection to Lands, languages and cultures.

We acknowledge that parents, caregivers, Elders and community participation is a vital component to the educational success of all students. We build reciprocal relationships and engagement with families based on mutual trust and respect in supporting studentsto achieve quality learning outcomes.

We continue to actively seek opportunities to further promote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, histories and knowledge on a continuing basis supported by the whole Woodridge State School community.

Woodridge State School has four very important elements that define the Code of Conduct for all members of the school community. These are reflected in our school rules I am safe, I am respectful, I am caring, I am a learner.  Our vision is "Together, as Global Citizens - Providing Opportunities - Creating Future", in creating an inclusive learning environment to support learners for the 21st Century.

January 2021 to January 2022
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People in the Classroom View
Build Relationships with Community View
Opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students and Children View
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Representation on Committees View
Elders and Traditional Owners Share Histories and Cultures View
Cultural Competence for Staff View
Welcome to Country View
Celebrate National Reconciliation Week View
Reconciliation Projects View
Create Stakeholder List View
Teach about Reconciliation View
Explore Current Affairs and Issues View
Acknowledgement of Country View
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Flags View
Take Action Against Racism View
Curriculum Planning View
Inclusive Policies View
Staff Engagement with RAP View
Celebrate RAP Progress View
Local Sites, Events and Excursions View
Reconciliation Awards View
RAP Budget Allocation View
Australian Professional Standards for Teachers - School Specific View
Embed Cross-curriculum Priority - School Specific View
RAP Launch View
Physical Acknowledgement of Country View
Teach about Days of National Significance View
Celebrate Days of National Significance View
Care for Country View
Reconciliation Network View
Family and Community Room View
Visibly Demonstrate Respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultures View