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Atherstone celebrates NAIDOC Week with RAP Launch

Atherstone RAP Launch

NAIDOC Week is an important occasion in the Aspire curriculum and provides an opportunity for our children to learn about our First Nations culture through various activities and experiences. 

On Tuesday 28th of March, our Atherstone centre launched its Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), which formalises the centre’s commitment to reconciliation and ensures they continually work towards always being a culturally inclusive organisation.

Learn more about Atherstone's RAP Launch event, as well as our commitment to embedding and exploring Indigenous culture in our centres in our article in The Sector Newspaper here.

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