Friday 29 October is World Teachers’ Day in Australia.
Teachers (with support from parents and carers) have ensured education continues across the country this year, despite major challenges. It’s reinforced the significant role teachers play in the lives of children and students, their families, and communities.
On Friday 29 October, celebrate being part of a remarkable profession and its bright future, or say thank you to teachers.
Victorian Aboriginal people are acknowledged as Australia's first nations peoples and the custodians of the land and waterways upon which we depend.
We acknowledge Victoria's Aboriginal communities and culture and pay respect to their elders past, present and emerging.
Aboriginal culture is founded on a strong social, cultural and spiritual order that has sustained more than 70,000 years of existence. Victorian Aboriginal communities and peoples are culturally diverse, with rich and varied heritages and histories.
Aboriginal cultural heritage and the ongoing contribution of Aboriginal people and communities to culture and society is acknowledged as a source of strength and pride to enrich the whole Victorian community.
October 13 2020, by Kathy Panozzo
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