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Reconciliation Action Plan

Reconciliation Action Plan

Diversity and inclusivity enhance our school’s ability to offer a rich, holistic education experience for our students. When students learn about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures, they develop respect for diversity and gain a well-rounded knowledge of their Australia’s history.

Australia is a multicultural society and we aim to embrace and treasure what each individual brings to our school. Our aim is to acknowledge and celebrate the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage of Australia through sharing and experiencing activities and events within our school and broader community.

A Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) is a document that provides a framework for organisations to support the national reconciliation movement. For schools across the country, completing a RAP is done using this model.

Reconciliation Action Plan

Vision for Reconcilitation 

St Clare’s Catholic School, is a welcoming community with a strong sense of belonging and we celebrate the diversity and beauty of every individual, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. We are committed to reconciliation by continuing to respectfully gaining knowledge and understanding of the histories, cultures, laws, Lore and traditions of First Nations’ People. Our vision is to continue to contribute to creating a reconciled Australia where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are equally recognition and there is equal opportunity for all, including social situations, education and employment.

St Clare’s Catholic School brings life to reconciliation through Ganmana Adara - a meeting place to build relationships, connections, cultural awareness and competency for all members of our school community. Through respectful relationships and having high expectations parents, students and teachers develop Personalised Learning Plans. Our teaching staff are committed to embedding First Nations' histories and perspectives across the curriculum. St Clare's Catholic School prioritises establishing connections by working with the Wulgurukaba Elders, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations and our broader community to build trust and mutual respect as foundation for ongoing reconciliation.