The Koori Curriculum are often asked by educators for a list of the do’s and don’ts in relation to Aboriginal programs.
However, due to the diversity of First Nations peoples we are not able to provide blanketed advice.
We strongly recommend that educators consult locally with their community to understand cultural protocols that are in place for their area.
The following guide can provide you with a starting point for this consultation and provides resources the Koori Curriculum offers that can assist in building your knowledge and understanding.
Top Tips For Creating A Bush Tucker Garden
Do you want to include a Bush Tucker Garden in your early learning service or home? Jessica Staines, Director of the Koori Curriculum is an enthusiastic gardener and has spent... Read More
Ideas for First Nations Bookish Play
Bookish Play is any play-based experience centred around a specific book. We all know that children learn best through story and play, bookish play is the perfect combination of... Read More
How to create a First Nations Library for children
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