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Wingaru Kids - Reconciliation Week School Display

  • Updated

    Updated:  20 May 2024

Create a powerful collective statement of your school’s commitment to reconciliation with this collaborative display activity from Wingaru Kids.

  • Non-Editable

    Non-Editable:  PDF

  • Pages

    Pages:  24 Pages

  • Years

    Years:  P - 7

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teaching resource

Wingaru Kids - Reconciliation Week School Display

  • Updated

    Updated:  20 May 2024

Create a powerful collective statement of your school’s commitment to reconciliation with this collaborative display activity from Wingaru Kids.

  • Non-Editable

    Non-Editable:  PDF

  • Pages

    Pages:  24 Pages

  • Years

    Years:  P - 7

Create a powerful collective statement of your school’s commitment to reconciliation with this collaborative display activity from Wingaru Kids.

This multi-page colouring-in and craft display features artwork by Dunghutti artist Aunty Cynthia O’Brien-Younie and is designed for the entire class or school to complete together. It serves as a powerful, collective statement of your school’s commitment to reconciliation.

Once completed, it can be displayed prominently to showcase your school’s dedication to connecting, reflecting, and committing to reconciliation.

Features

  • Collaborative and inclusive activity.
  • Multiple pages that can be pieced together to create a large display.
  • Encourages school-wide participation and unity.

Benefits

  • Builds a sense of community and collective responsibility.
  • Visually demonstrates your school’s commitment to reconciliation.
  • Engages students in a meaningful, shared project.

Re-focus and Share Your Commitment to Reconciliation

Wingaru Kids’ National Reconciliation Week resources remind students that everyone has a role in addressing the ongoing journey of reconciliation. Now, more than ever, it’s essential for schools, classes, teachers, and students to:

  • Connect to First Nations knowledge.
  • Reflect on their individual and collective roles in reconciliation.
  • Commit to meaningful actions that support reconciliation.

By incorporating this collaborative display activity into your Reconciliation Week initiatives, you empower students to develop a deeper understanding and commitment to reconciliation, fostering a more united and respectful school community.

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