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Narragunnawali Awards 2021 Walk-through for Early Learning Services

February 3, 2021 at 10:00:00 AM · Sydney
About This Webinar

The Narragunnawali Awards is the first national awards program in Australia that recognises and celebrates educational environments implementing outstanding reconciliation initiatives – across the Government, Catholic and Independent sectors.

There are two Narragunnawali Awards categories - one for Schools and one for Early learning services. This webinar is suitable for those interested in the Early Learning category.

Finalist early learning services are acknowledged for the ways in which they strengthen relationships, build respect, and provide meaningful opportunities in the classroom, around the early learning service, and with the community.

This webinar will walk through the technical aspects of the application process, the eligibility criteria, and the judging process for early learning services in 2021. We will also hear from Amy Shine, the Director of Forbes Preschool, who were the 2019 Winners in the Early Learning Category, share about their reconciliation journey.

You might like to engage with the following before and after the webinar:
- The Narragunnawali Awards page which includes links to the Narragunnawali Awards 2021 Info Pack, Media Kit, and past winners and finalists (https://www.narragunnawali.org.au/awards)
- The Reconciliation Awards RAP Action (https://www.narragunnawali.org.au/rap/actions/35/reconciliation-awards)

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter Reconciliation Australia
Reconciliation in Education
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Narragunnawali webinar platform hosts Narragunnawali Awards 2021 Walk-through for Early Learning Services
Narragunnawali supports all schools and early learning services to develop environments that foster a higher level of knowledge and pride in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures