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Small Changes, Big Impacts

Hear how Edge Early Learning Centre Elanora have been implementing reasonable adjustments and how these small changes, have had a big impact on the successful inclusion of all children.

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Inclusion in Outside School Hours Care

Learn how the foundations of Redeemer Lutheran College's Outside School Hours Care program are relationships, consistency, predictability and play and how these ensure the inclusion of all children.

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Early Childhood services celebrate NAIDOC Week

Five years ago, a small team of Early Childhood professionals from different organisations and community groups came together with the common goal of embedding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures in the community. The group, Our Nangara Group, includes both First Nations and non-Indigenous members and was formed to fill a gap in the local community.

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Making positive changes in OSHC through Innovative Solutions support

Nobbs St and Park Avenue OSHC services in Rockhampton identified barriers within their services relating to challenging behaviours and engaged in an Innovative Solutions project to address these barriers. Upon completion of the Innovative Solution project educators observed positive changes in the children’s behaviours.

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Celebrating Torres Strait Islander Floral Fridays

During reflective conversations with her Inclusion Professional (IP), the Director of Goodstart Burleigh Waters ELC, Lee, identified that while the service held knowledge around Aboriginal culture, they had limited insight into the Torres Strait Islander culture. Unsure where to start, they worked collaboratively with their IP on their Strategic Inclusion Plan (SIP) and chose a strategy to acknowledge and embed Torres Strait Island culture into the service.

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