Premier Early Learning Centre - Moruya


At Premier Early Learning Centre Moruya, we acknowledge that in order for reconciliation to be achieved, Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and non-Indigenous people need to come together to further develop and extend on two- way relationships built on trust, respect, acknowledgement and free of racism. As an early childhood centre, we endeavour to provide equality and equity for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, families and community members, reflecting respect and recognition for their rights and cultures, as well as embedding reconciliation into our policies, philosophy and educational program. In our educational program we respectfully share, acknowledge, appreciate and celebrate the histories, cultures, rights and heritage of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

We acknowledge that inequalities and inequities in education still need to be addressed and therefore believe that in working collaboratively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples within our community at this early stage of life will be beneficial in contributing to all children in reaching their full potential now and in the future.

 Premier Early Learning Centre Moruya is committed to achieving the goals set in our Reconciliation Action Plan and dedicated to moving beyond our vision for reconciliation. This has been a useful tool in assisting us to critically reflect on how our Centre advocates for reconciliation and where we would like to be in the future. Our main action is to extend on and build two-way relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in our community. We acknowledge and value the input, knowledge and cultures they can share with our children, educators and families, while also supporting the implementation of meaningful learning opportunities. Through these relationships we hope to further instill positive and respectful attitudes towards reconciliation and appreciation of the cultures, heritage, histories and continuing contributions of our Traditional Custodians past, present and future, as well as their deep and unshakable relationship to Country.

Early learning service
September 2019 to September 2020
Acknowledgement of Country View
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People in the Classroom View
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Flags View
Welcome to Country View
Celebrate National Reconciliation Week View
Staff Engagement with RAP View
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Languages View
Curriculum Planning View
Early Years Learning Framework - Early Learning Specific View
Cultural Competence for Staff View
Teach about Reconciliation View
Build Relationships with Community View
Celebrate RAP Progress View
Inclusive Policies View
Explore Current Affairs and Issues View
Take Action Against Racism View
Elders and Traditional Owners Share Histories and Cultures View
Physical Acknowledgement of Country View
Local Sites, Events and Excursions View
RAP Launch View