Kuranda Community Kindergarten


Kuranda Community Kindergarten values the guidance, support and contributions made to our reconciliation journey by local groups and professionals, including Ngoonbi Community Services, Mulungu Health Services and, in particular, the First People of the Land on which our Kindergarten stands, the Djabugay people. We pay respect to Djabugay people and their Country, on which our Kindergarten is placed. We acknowledge the important role of the Aboriginal community in the life of the Kuranda Kindergarten.

Kuranda Community Kindergarten is committed to maintaining good relations with the district’s First People, the Djabugay people,, who play a significant role in supporting and implementing learning for all members of the Kindergarten – the children, families and staff. Intentional teaching is often inspired by Local community events in addition to National and Global celebrations, traditions and rituals, thereby acknowledging the importance of fostering opportunities for children to identify and connect with community. We hope through this learning, children and their families will grow in understanding and engender locals who take great pride in Kuranda's cultural heritage.  

Early learning service
May 2020 to May 2021
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People in the Classroom View
Cultural Competence for Staff View
Welcome to Country View
Celebrate National Reconciliation Week View
Acknowledgement of Country View
Build Relationships with Community View
Teach about Reconciliation View
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Flags View
Take Action Against Racism View
Curriculum Planning View
Inclusive Policies View
Celebrate RAP Progress View
Explore Current Affairs and Issues View
Staff Engagement with RAP View