Reconciliation Student Toolkit

We must promote a change for the future and empower all students and people to engage with the journey of reconciliation. If you can change somebody’s mindset, or shape how they might interact with Indigenous people, then little by little your actions will make a difference. Your actions and words are what will foster reconciliation.”  (Student RAP Ambassador)  

This toolkit includes a selection of core resources to support students in early learning, primary, secondary or home school environments to engage with reconciliation. It is designed is to support students on their independent reconciliation journey, and may assist teachers, educators, parents, and caregivers supporting children and young people.

Resources in the toolkit are guiding examples only and should be considered with the wider resources available on the Narragunnawali platform, along with the advice from local Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander communities. 

For resources to support all members of educational communities

GUIDE TO RECONCILIATION IN EDUCATION FOR STUDENTS

Guiding information for students engaging in reconciliation in classroom and learning environments.

Terminology Guide

Guiding information to support the use of respectful and inclusive language and terminology in reconciliation-related communications.

Subject Guides

A suite of resource guides to support the inclusion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures across all subject/learning areas.

Evaluating Resource Guide

Guiding information to support critical reflection into resources used in learning environments and experiences.

RECOMMENDED ANTI-RACISM RESOURCES

Online resources to support students to better understand racism and ways to take appropriate action against it.

CULTURAL RESPONSIVENESS FOR STUDENTS AND CHILDREN RAP Action

Ways for children and students to build their cultural responsiveness and learn about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives, contributions and cultures, in and outside the classroom.

OPPORTUNITIES FOR ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER STUDENTS AND CHILDREN RAP Action

Opportunities that positively impact the wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and children, and create shared pride for First Nations cultures, contributions, identities and histories in schools and services.

RECONCILIATION CALENDAR

Guiding activity on creating a calendar of days of national significance

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