NAIDOC Week 2020: Learning Early
This NAIDOC Week, children in Council’s Early Years services are taking part in activities on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history and culture.
Through puzzles, stories, games, songs, art and craft activities, guest visits including from the Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre and excursions, children from Rokewood to Inverleigh will be celebrating NAIDOC Week and learning more about First Nations people and our local Traditional Owners in Golden Plains Shire.
Council’s Early Years services educators strive to embed Indigenous perspectives, history, and culture into the educational program, not just during NAIDOC Week or Reconciliation Week, but throughout the year.
For NAIDOC Week 2020, the Early Years team has put together a series of four videos on how some of its Kindergartens and Family Day Care services are marking NAIDOC Week and including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stories and culture into their programs. Check out the videos below:
Teesdale Family Day Care
Bannockburn Family Day Care
NAIDOC Week 2020 runs until Sunday 15 November. To learn more about NAIDOC Week, click here.