National Reconciliation Week

National Reconciliation Week is an annual celebration and is a time for all Australians to reflect on our shared histories, and on the contributions and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. The week is framed by two key events in Australia’s history that provide strong symbols of the aspirations for reconciliation.
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aboriginal hand printing - one big mural with each child doing a hand print and then weave then into an aboriginal art work!

aboriginal hand printing - one big mural with each child doing a hand print and then weave then into an aboriginal art work!

Students use these symbols to create their own story. You could add other Indigenous symbols/meanings to increase the variety.

This short non fiction text features important factual information relating to National Reconciliation Week in Australia. (ACHHK063).

This short non fiction text features important factual information relating to National Reconciliation Week in Australia. (ACHHK063).

This short non fiction text features important factual information relating to National Reconciliation Week in Australia. (ACHHK063).

This short non fiction text features important factual information relating to National Reconciliation Week in Australia. (ACHHK063).

National Sorry Day Australia. Ideas and resources for the classroom to help children commemorate and understand the importance of Sorry Day and the Stolen Generation. www.teachezy.com

National Sorry Day Australia. Ideas and resources for the classroom to help children commemorate and understand the importance of Sorry Day and the Stolen Generation. www.teachezy.com

Bark painting. Save the Children Australia celebrating National Reconciliation Week 2015.

Bark painting. Save the Children Australia celebrating National Reconciliation Week 2015.

Reconciliation Week - this is a great image that can be adapted into a classroom to show the importances of reconciliation.

Reconciliation Week - this is a great image that can be adapted into a classroom to show the importances of reconciliation.

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