Put RAP Actions into Practice
Use the meeting time to action your commitments, like delivering an Acknowledgement of Country.
Get together with the local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community
Build relationships with community prior to asking community members to contribute to reconciliation initiatives in your school or early learning service.In doing so, make meeting time to share a cuppa and facilitate meaningful conversations with local community members.
Discuss Reflection Survey responses
Discuss your individual or collective responses to the Narragunnawali RAP Reflection Survey. These should inform the further development and implmentation of your RAP.
Draft or Develop your Vision for Reconciliation
To start or review your vision for reconciliation statement, refer to and reflect on:
- The Narragunnawali terminology guide
- The What is Your Vision for Reconciliation? professional learning resource
- Other institutions' visions, shared from within the Who has a RAP? map
Plan your next RAP Actions
Plan how you will implement the Actions your school or early learning service has committed to, or extend on these Action commitments. The Deliverables tool may help you to map our and monitor your next steps.
Browse the FAQs page on the Narragunnawali platform to see if it addresses any key questions raised in RAP Working Group meetings.
Facilitate professional learning
User the professional learning resources to support RAP Working Group discussions.Some starter examples might include:
Engage with illustrations of practice
View and reflect on:
Then consider what reconciliation action looks like in your individual setting.
Explore and evaluate resources
Engage with the subject-specific resources guides and evaluating resources professional learning activity to critically reflect on the resources you currently use.
Monitor RAP Progress
Actively engage with some of the tips for monitoring and evaluating RAP progress.