Culturally relevant resources
Partnering with the Secretariat of National Aboriginal and Islander Child Care (SNAICC), the NSW Department of Education has developed a suite of culturally specific resources aimed to provide ongoing guidance and reference for services when implementing the National Quality Framework into daily practice.
The culturally specific resources include factsheets and videos that review and consider the National Quality Framework in a way that is more relevant to staff at services which provide education and care to Aboriginal children and provide support to these children’s families and their communities.
These following resources are available to all service providers and for early childhood education staff:
These resources cover a range of topics including:
- Deadly Resources for Quality Services
- Getting to know the National Quality Framework
- Your Responsibilities as a Person with Management or Control
- Checklist of Obligations: Under the National Quality Framework
- Deadly Reflections Daily Practices
- Unpacking Critical Reflection: Dilly Bag of Tools for Team Leaders
- Who’s who at our Service
- Providing a Deadly Service for our Jarjums/Boori: Quality Improvement Workbook
- What does the National Quality Framework mean for our Children?
- Grants and Funded Programs: How to Stay Informed
- A Refresh on the National Quality Framework: Tool for Educators
The topics include:
- Aboriginal Perspective on Critical Reflection
- Governance Responsibilities as Committee Members
If there are any questions about the training materials, you can contact the Early Childhood Education Information and Enquiries team at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 1800 619 113 (toll free).