Glendore Public School Collaboration

The purple represents equal rights and recognition for all Australians. The centre piece represents five emu eggs. The emu eggs represent friendship. The position of the eggs, represents communities coming together in friendship and harmony to reconcile and work together. The smaller circles represent all the diversity within our community. The purple dots represent people movement, walking many paths to reconciliation.

The artwork demonstrates we are all from different places, different countries, different beliefs and different languages but we all want to see ‘Reconciliation’ in this Great Country Australia!

Reconciliation means… People from
 ‘all walks of life’ coming together to celebrate diversity and Indigenous cultures throughout Australia.

 Our Country, Our Community

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This Kit was developed in consultation with the Board of Studies Teaching and Educational Standards NSW (BOSTES) to ensure that the competition meets NSW curriculum outcomes for Stages 3 & 4.

Enter by 28 September 2018

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