Item uses these practice principles: Reflective practice, Partnerships with families, High expectations for every child, Respectful relationships and responsive engagement, Equity and diversity, Assessment for learning and development, Integrated teaching and learning approaches, Partnerships with professionals.
Item responds to these sub-outcomes: Not applicable
SNAICC works to progress the goal of strong, healthy, self-determining Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, connected to family and culture. As part of this work, SNAICC offers policy analysis, research, advocacy, training, resources, communications and opportunities for collaboration.
Supports should be provided in accordance with the Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework.
There is a wide variety of resources and supports available on the SNAICC website. Costs will vary depending on what your service would like to access.
Supports should be provided in line with the Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework.
Target population: children, families and educators who require support in the area of cultural awareness and inclusion.
Factors to consider: services will need to ensure that cultural supports are appropriate to the local area and community.
Services should consider how staff may be able to share the practice knowledge they obtain from this resource with others at the service. This will ensure that improved approaches to practice or innovative ideas can be implemented across the service as a whole.