At our Waratah 2 centre, they have continuing on their journey on embedding the Aboriginal pedagogy framework into everyday curriculum play spaces. This has been a wonderful journey on educators and children learning together. During NAIDOC the educators have been participating in daily professional training that they are implementing into their daily practices. We aim…Details
To celebrate NAIDOC week the children at Tillys Cardiff have worked together to create a mural of the Awabakal totem. “Birabahn,” is the traditional name of the totem. The eagle-hawk has special significance for the Awabakal people. Kon, their “celestial entity”, looks like an Aboriginal man, but in flight resembles an eagle-hawk. Once the mural…Details
The children in the Rosella room at Waratah 2 took part in a live Zoom incursion; Dinosaurs and Fossils for early learners. This was implemented as dinosaurs have been a strong interest amongst the children within the room.
Creating clay artworks inspired by the Dreamtime story ‘The Echidna and the shade tree’ and other native animals
Today at Tillys Waratah 2, our children and Educators came together, meeting in our front yard to participate in Remembrance Day. Some of the children from each age group were given the opportunity to position the three flags we display each day at half mast. At 11am we had a minute silence while we listened…Details
The Sweet Pea children at Waratah 2 engaged in some body art experiences together today, following on from their recent interests with paint.
The children at Tillys Rutherford are celebrating NAIDOC week this week. This morning we were privileged to have one of our families come in and share their culture with us. Aimee told the children the story of Tiddalik the frog and passed around a photo of Tiddalik for the children to see. Mallom shared with…Details