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Our Country

At Little Learners EDEC, we believe that fostering an understanding and appreciation for Aboriginal culture is crucial for several reasons. Firstly, it promotes inclusivity and respect for diversity among children. Learning about Aboriginal culture exposes children to different traditions, languages, and perspectives, helping them develop empathy and tolerance for people from diverse backgrounds. This early exposure lays the foundation for building inclusive communities and combating prejudice and discrimination in the future. Moreover, incorporating Aboriginal culture into our curriculum provides an opportunity to acknowledge and honour the rich history and heritage of Indigenous peoples. By celebrating Aboriginal traditions, stories, art, and music, we contribute to the preservation and acknowledgement of Indigenous cultures. This not only benefits Aboriginal communities by validating their identity and heritage but also enriches the overall learning experience for children, by fostering a sense of connection to the land and its original inhabitants.

Acknowledgement to Country

Little Learners EDEC acknowledges and pays tribute to the Whadjuk people of the Noongar Nation and their Elders past and present as the Traditional Custodians of the Country (Boodja) on which we work. We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Western Australia and recognise their continuing and cultural connection to land, waters, and community. We pay our respect to them, their cultures, and to Elders both past and present.


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