KU Wombarra Preschool



Reconciliation is a feeling - one that we get when we come with open hearts, to listen and share our stories, without judgement or fear. Within the telling and being heard, we find a connection to each other and a sense of becoming whole, being accepted and belonging.

Reconciliation acknowledges the deep hurt of the past and is being prepared to move forward in relationships with each other, listening and learning from each other’s stories.

We recognise that children, on their journey through childhood, should develop an understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, identities, cultures and rights, appropriate to their ages and stages.

Educators have a role in respectfully learning about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, histories and cultures, recognising their achievements, knowledge’s and spiritual connections to place. Our role is to provide a culturally safe environment and a genuine commitment towards respect, support, development and self-determination of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, their families and community.

We hope to provide opportunities for the local Aboriginal Traditional Owners and our preschool’s Aboriginal families and community members to share their experiences, histories and cultures through their own voices, and in turn, give our educators, children and families the opportunity to learn together.  



Early learning service
July 2020 to July 2021
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People in the Classroom View
Early Years Learning Framework - Early Learning Specific View
Cultural Competence for Staff View
Welcome to Country View
Build Relationships with Community 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
Staff Engagement with RAP View
Celebrate RAP Progress View
Inclusive Policies View
Celebrate National Reconciliation Week View